Laxmi InterContinental Pvt. Ltd. the Sole Distributor of Hyundai Vehicles for Nepal, has organized Hyundai Highway Assurance Program – A free Hyundai vehicle Check-up Camp at various points in the highway. This unique program has been especially  designed to facilitate those Hyundai owners who will be driving back home to celebrate the biggest festival of Nepal “Bada Dashain” with their family. This free check-up camp is schedule to start from 9th Ashwin till 12th  Ashwin, 10 am till 6 pm in the evening.

The company has established 8 check-up points in highway at Birtamode (Kakarvittha road), Itahari (Milan chowk), Hetauda (Bank road), Chumlingtar (Siddartha Resort), Bharatpur (Bal Mandir chowk), Butwal (Chauraha), Kohalpur Chowk and Dhangadhi road- Attariya. During this program, the Hyundai owners can get their vehicle checked by the trained technician along with free top-up of Lubricant and Coolant in case the vehicle is running low of the respective item. In order to provide added benefit to the Hyundai owners, the company will also provide roadside assistance service covering 20km distance from check-up points.

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