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The Fastfit Centre moves into Merseyside’s Biggest Tyre Bay

10-07-2020 05:02 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

Press release from: The Fastfit Centre

The new Fastfit Centre HQ

The new Fastfit Centre HQ

Summary: The Fastfit Centre, a St Helens auto garage, now boasts the biggest tyre bay in Merseyside!

Body: The Fastfit Centre, a St Helens auto garage known for its tyre repairs, has moved to a new facility, making it the biggest tyre bay and auto garage in Merseyside!

As well as boosting its storage capacity to allow it to offer an even wider range of tyres and car parts, the new headquarters has allowed The Fastfit Centre to offer a larger array of automotive repairs. The auto mechanics at the company are now able to perform even more fast fixes in-house, from tyres in St Helens to motorhome and caravan parts.

Although the move looks set to make a massive difference to the company, the distance travelled is small – previously, the Fastfit Centre was at 230 Boundary Road, but it has moved just next door, to 232 Boundary Road.

Mark Coakley, director of the Fastfit Centre, said:

“We’ve been looking forwards to the move for months, and to now be able to call ourselves Merseyside’s biggest tyre bay and auto garage is a dream come true!

“My team and I are really excited to get the full potential out of our new space and to revolutionise the local automotive repair sector.

“We were already delighted to be able to offer a comfortable and relaxing space for drivers to wait while they got their cars repaired, but our plans for this new building are mind-blowing!

“Watch this space!”

The Fastfit Centre’s move started on October 1st but was completed today (October 7th).

The Fastfit Centre
232 Boundary Road
St Helens
Merseyside
WA10 2PZ

Email: info@thefastfitcentre.co.uk
Phone number: 01744808586

Press contact: Kevin Burke, info@kevinburkeservices.com

The Fastfit Centre (https://www.thefastfitcentre.co.uk) provides automotive collections, repairs and deliveries throughout Merseyside, as well as in-house work.

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