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Free Safety Kit for Renault owners

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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Pop your car into your local Renault dealer for a FREE Summer Safety Check and claim your Safety Kit.

The Health Check consists of a visual check of 25 elements of your car including:

■Fluid levels
■Signal checks
■Safety checks
■Operational checks

The Free Safety Kit consists of:

■Warning triangle
■Reflective jacket
■First Aid Kit

This is a must for any long journey and is compulsory in many parts of Europe. After your Summer Check you will be able to embark on your summer adventures safe in the knowledge that your vehicle has been given a thorough check by the people that know your Renault best.
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#1
Got my voucher - thanks.
#2
Worth a go :) H&R added
#3
Thanks, I have requested a voucher.
#4
Thnaks for this - will come in handy
#5
Great stuff. Thanks.
#6
good deal
#7
Thanx for the heads up, i wonder if they'll check the bonnet as a saftey check? apparentley bcos of a faulty catch on the bonnet on some clio's 2001-2005, they fly open on the motorway when you hit 65mph+ (renault say 'don't go above 60mph)
#8
I'm in on this, good as we drive to Spain in the middle of August
#9
I hope you all realise they will find faults with your car in order to give you a quote to fix it. Same with 99% of 'free' checks, dont matter if its a free winter, summer or just free break check.
#10
Jubbiouf
I hope you all realise they will find faults with your car in order to give you a quote to fix it. Same with 99% of 'free' checks, dont matter if its a free winter, summer or just free break check.


fine by me - I have a new car and its under warranty, had my normal service 2 weeks ago as well so would be surprised at any faults ;)
#11
grantalien
Jubbiouf
I hope you all realise they will find faults with your car in order to give you a quote to fix it. Same with 99% of 'free' checks, dont matter if its a free winter, summer or just free break check.


fine by me - I have a new car and its under warranty, had my normal service 2 weeks ago as well so would be surprised at any faults ;)


Lol, u may well be an exception to the rule. altho, would be funny if they found something. Just dont tell em.
#12
taurus_the_bull
Thanx for the heads up, i wonder if they'll check the bonnet as a saftey check? apparentley bcos of a faulty catch on the bonnet on some clio's 2001-2005, they fly open on the motorway when you hit 65mph+ (renault say 'don't go above 60mph)


When my renault went in for a service (had to pay) they replaced the bonnet catch for free and marked it as being under 'warranty'. The car is a 54 reg, so I assume they will do it for free for all?
#13
Shouldn't this be needed for toyota cars *chuckle*
#14
Nice, thanks very much, I have just had my car serviced so hopefully I can just go in and pick up the kit.

H&R added
#15
Cool, thanks. I would avoid Renault Birmingham like the plague though. Shocking service, including the use of CHEWING GUM to clip an air filter cover! It could only have been them, as they were the only people to service the car since we got it. They didn't even do our MOT, despite saying they had. It was only by accident a few months later we found out the idiots hadn't done it.
#16
Thanks, got mine..
#17
Doesnt work for me!
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#18
taurus_the_bull
Thanx for the heads up, i wonder if they'll check the bonnet as a saftey check? apparentley bcos of a faulty catch on the bonnet on some clio's 2001-2005, they fly open on the motorway when you hit 65mph+ (renault say 'don't go above 60mph)


they aren't faulty. the bonnet catch is a spring-loaded moving part, and being just under the bonnet lid at the front of the car, they are exposed to adverse weather, which can cause them to cease up. The problem occurs when a bonnet has been lifted after a long period of inactivity. after pulling the bonnet release from inside the car, you would then pull the safety catch to fully release the bonnet. a ceased or sticky safety catch would not return to its normal position causing the bonnet to fly up if the wind gets under it. this would only happen however, in situations where the bonnet was not closed correctly. these parts must be kept lubricated with WD-40 or spray grease in order to keep them moving freely. about one spray every 6 months is enough.

I would suspect that affected cars would not have had a dealer service for a while...

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