2018-06-03 by True Price
The launch of True Price has exceeded all expectations! The website has, quite literally, been swamped with enquiries.
Darryl Jacobson, managing director of True Price, says he has been absolutely amazed at the reaction to the launch on June 1. “Honestly, we knew that True Price had an important role to play within the South African motor industry. We knew that there would be a need for our service. However we completely under estimated demand,” he concedes.
Within hours of the launch of True Price, enquiries started flooding in. The company, believed to be a world first, offers motorists free vehicle evaluations. The evaluations are based on data garnered at thousands of vehicle auctions. “We think that our modus ope...
True Price, a world first, launches in South Africa on June 1. It offers motorists a precise and realistic evaluation of the value of their vehicle. The prices are based on data garnered at thousands of vehicle auctions. Significantly, these evaluations are available FREE OF CHARGE to motorists.
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