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Nissan Safety Campaign is on again

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For a number of years, Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd (ETCM) has held a Nissan Safety Campaign annually to provide Malaysians with road safety knowledge through fun and creative activities. The campaign is on again, starting this weekend at 5 locations in Peninsular and East Malaysia. During 2017, ETCM will have seven sessions.

“At ETCM, our customers’ safety is also our priority. Through this Safety Campaign, we aim to share and communicate key safety messages and awareness to road users. Taking this opportunity, we wish our customers a safe journey home during their Raya travelling period” said Christopher Tan, Sales and Marketing Director, ETCM.

For a number of years, Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd (ETCM) has held a Nissan Safety Campaign annually to provide Malaysians with road safety knowledge through fun and creative activities. The campaign is on again, starting this weekend at 5 locations in Peninsular and East Malaysia. During 2017, ETCM will have seven sessions.

“At ETCM, our customers’ safety is also our priority. Through this Safety Campaign, we aim to share and communicate key safety messages and awareness to road users. Taking this opportunity, we wish our customers a safe journey home during their Raya travelling period” said Christopher Tan, Sales and Marketing Director, ETCM.
Certain sessions of the campaign have been specially focussed on children

An exclusive Safety Talk conducted by Captain K. Balasupramaniam, founder of the Road Safety Marshal Club, will be held only at ETCM Butterworth, Penang, this weekend. Additionally, a host of safety activities await visitors in all carnival events which includes Takata Airbag Inflator module replacement (free for affected Nissan vehicles); Blind Parking Experience using Nissan’s first 360° Intelligent Around View Monitor in the latest Nissan X-Trail; Impaired Vision Experience to experience and understand the potential danger of vision impairment especially under influence of alcohol; and a presentation on childseats.

Those who wish to attend future sessions of the Nissan Safety Campaign can call ETCM’s Customer Relations Department at 03-4047 8788 or send an email request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The sessions are free but as spaces are limited, acceptance will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

http://www.motortrader.com.my/news/nissan-safety-campaign-is-on-again-2/

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