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Caltex roadside assistance

Millions of motorists are out of Metro Manila to be with their families and remember lost loved ones. Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc., will help ensure driver and passenger safety with Caltex Ka-Roadtrip Motorists Assistance Program at select Caltex stations along major highways in northern and southern Luzon.

Caltex roadside assistance

Besides road assistance, motorists can also look forward to exciting goodies and surprises, such as product samples, when they fuel up at Caltex SLEX Mamplasan, Caltex SLEX San Pedro, and Caltex NLEX San Fernando.

Families and friends taking road trips during the long weekend can also try their luck at the Liter Lottery promo, which will run until  November  4, to get a P10/liter fuel discount in all 3 retail sites. Toyota vehicle owners can also avail of additional car care and assistance at the abovementioned sites until  November 4. 

Motorists dropping by on November 4 at Caltex SLEX San Pedro will get special treats and freebies from GMA’s Bantay Byahe Program.

Since its launch in March 2013, the Caltex Ka-Roadtrip Motorists Assistance Program has been helping motorists during major holidays in the country such as Undas, Lenten, and Yuletide seasons.

Families need not worry when they fuel up with Caltex and benefit from the cleaning power of Techron, which maximizes power to lighten a car’s load. With Caltex, travelers can focus on what really matters—the people they travel with and the memories they create throughout their journey.

Motorists can find the nearest Caltex station using the Caltex Locator app, available on both Google Play and App Store.  

Topics: Caltex , Chevron Philippines Inc. , Caltex Ka-Roadtrip Motorists Assistance Program
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