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Dyno Plumbing Scotland adds 17 Volkswagen Caddys to its fleet

Dyno Plumbing Scotland has added 17 new Volkswagen Caddys to its emergency response fleet.

The Volkswagen Caddy was chosen for its low running costs and reliability.

Noel Gallacher, franchise owner and managing director at  Dyno Plumbing Scotland, said: "As a company we rely on our vans 24/7. Our customers depend on us to respond quickly to their issues no matter what time of the day. To have a vehicle off the road has a major impact to our business operating an effective emergency call out service.

"The Caddy not only offers one of the most reliable packages on the market, but it is also backed up by Volkswagen’s robust aftersales service. This ensures we can continue to operate should any issues arise with one of our vehicles. This peace of mind is invaluable when you operate a demanding business such as ours."


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