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Emissions test money back promotion with Halfords

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Pass MOT emissions test with help from Cataclean or your money back - Halfords in-store promotion

Drivers using Cataclean to bring down their vehicle’s toxic fumes will get their money back if they fail the tough new MOT emissions test in a promotion being run at Halfords stores across the UK.

From Aberdeen to Penzance and across Ireland, 250 of Halfords largest stores are running the exclusive promotion on petrol and diesel versions of the emissions-busting fuel additive until 14thOctober 2018.

William Jones from Cataclean said: “We are putting our money where our mouth is by giving Halfords’ customers their money back if they buy Cataclean in-store, use it in their vehicle and do not pass the MOT emissions test. This demonstrates just how confident we are in Cataclean’s pledge to cut a vehicle’s toxic fumes by up to 60%, as proven in independent tests.

“Certainly, since the tougher new emissions test was introduced as part of the shake-up of the MOT rules in May, we’ve had a great number of customers come forward to report that Cataclean brought down their emissions drastically and on the back of that, their vehicle passed the test.”  

The Halfords promotion comes on the back of an independent survey of 1,000 motorists commissioned by Cataclean and Halfords Autocentre, which asked if they would buy a ‘pour and go’ complete engine and fuel system cleaner if it would help them pass their MOT. Over 40% said yes, definitely, while nearly half (47%) said they were unsure, but were interested in knowing more.

Simply poured into the fuel tank, Cataclean differs from many other fuel additives in that it cleans, restores and protects the entire engine, fuel and exhaust system, blitzing resin and carbon deposits from fuel injectors, intake valves, DPF, catalytic converter and exhaust. Cutting emissions and increasing MPG and performance, it can save you money on replacing expensive parts down the line. 

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