29 Jan 24
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Eurorepar’s EV label expands beyond Netherlands

Eurorepar’s EV label expands beyond Netherlands

Eurorepar, the Europe-wide vehicle maintenance and repair specialist, is expanding its EV label into the rest of Europe. 

The company launched the EV label, designed specifically to cover maintenance on BEVs and PHEVs, in 2023. Within six months, about half of the 115 workshops in Eurorepar Car Service’s Dutch network had joined the label.

“The next step is that we now expand the label to the members of our network in France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Germany, and the UK”, the company says in a press release. The expansion will be rolled out over the course of several months. 

The EV label offers Eurorepar customers the assurance that their EVs are being serviced by personnel that has been trained and equipped to deal with electric vehicles, in accordance with the maintenance provisions of the vehicle manufacturers. This means that the warranties on the vehicle and its battery remain valid. Additionally, every workshop with an EV label is equipped with a fast charger (≥22 kWh). 

Eurorepar is a multibrand solution for vehicle service and maintenance that is owned by Stellantis. Its network includes more than 6,000 vehicle workshops throughout 30 countries. 

Image: Eurorepar

Authored by: Frank Jacobs