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Asco Invests $120k In Big 3D Wheel Alignment Machines

Due to the road conditions in Fiji, vehicles face a lot of wheel alignment issues.
09 Feb 2019 14:01
Asco Invests $120k In Big 3D Wheel Alignment Machines
Autohoist Australia director Todd Webster demonstrates the features of the Bright 3D Wheel Alignment machines to the staff of Asco Motors on February 7, 2019. Photo: Asco Motors

With the introduction of the new bright 3D Wheel Alignment Machines A730, Asco Motors will be offering a more efficient and accurate services to its customers.

This $120,000 investment will be available at the Asco Motors main outlets, Suva, Nadi and Lautoka.
Asco Motors Service Support manager Jashwin Kumar said at the moment Asco is the only company in Fiji that operates the latest wheel alignment machine.

“This is part of our strategic step we are taking on what we have to offer and also improve our customer delight services,” Mr Kumar said.
“Due to the road conditions in Fiji we have a lot of wheel alignment issues.
“We haven’t worked out the cost that comes with the wheel alignment machine for our customers but what we can assure our customers the price will be competitive.

“With the previous machine that we had, which is not as modern as the one we have here today, this will help address our wheel alignment issues.”
Autohoist Australia director Todd Webster said they have received good feedback from their Australian customers.

Mr Webster which conducted a two day training for the employees of Asco Motors for the Bright 3D Wheel Alignment machine.
“This will speed up the production and get a more accurate result for the customers,” Mr Webster said.
“In Australia they love it and they find the workshops more productive and profitable.

“The machine has two advanced camera settings which continuously monitors all the degree and angles for the tires, suspension setup for the vehicle which allows the user then to a medium feedback and a quicker experience for the user and more accurate experience for the customer.”

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