DAF Euroway opens VOSAapproved testing site

Published:  16 February, 2012

Following its move to a new and more spacious dealership location in High Wycombe earlier this year, Euroway will now be opening its VOSA approved Authorised Testing Facility (ATF) at the same site with effect from September 2011.

Euroway is opening a 39m ATF lane at the High Wycombe dealership and the test lane is laid out in the same format as a typical VOSA test station, offering a full range of testing facilities to existing and new customers.

Mark Barton, Commercial Workshops Director at Euroway said: “This major investment in a new dealer site has given us a tremendous additional facilities to provide ATF services to local companies, with the dealership having quick and easy access just off the M40. In addition, the workshop facilities can accommodate up to 15 vehicles at the time so we believe that many local companies will take advantage.”

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