Hungarian Auto Club unveils expanded service center
The Hungarian Auto Club on Friday unveiled its expanded service centre in Budapest.
The Hungarian Auto Club has 102,000 members, about 10pc more than a year earlier, said club chief secretary Zoltán Kovács. About 380,000 people take advantage of the club’s network each year and the club has partnerships with 500,000 car owners, he added.
The Hungarian Auto Club has invested HUF 2.5bn in its network of service centers over the past six year.
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