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 BP PROCARE OFFERS NEW UNSURPASSED WARRANTY
 CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- BP Oil Company announced


today that its Procare automotive service centers are offering a new warranty which is unsurpassed in the automotive service industry. The new warranty, which was introduced in Charlotte on June 1, is available at all Procare locations in Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and Charlotte, N.C.
 Tim Doane, general manager of Procare, commented, "This new warranty is the best in the business and we're pleased to be able to offer it to all of our customers." The new warranty includes the following:
 -- Parts and labor guaranteed for 24,000 miles or 24 months -- whichever comes last. (That's up to four times longer than the competition.)
 -- The customer's bill will never go above the approved estimate or Procare will make up the difference.
 -- The customer's car will be ready on time, or the customer will receive a free oil change.
 "When we introduced the Procare concept in Ohio in 1984, we broke new ground by offering the most comprehensive services and the strongest written guarantees in the business," said Doane. "Now, we're distancing ourselves from the competition again with a new unsurpassed warranty. It's just another one of the many quality services we offer our customers."
 BP operates 104 Procare service centers in Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and Charlotte. Procare was introduced to the Charlotte market in 1992.
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 /CONTACT: Ginny Sinko of BP Oil, 216-586-6762/


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