WITH THE BUSINESS: Husband and wife’s firm can help lower emissions

with the business husband and wifes firm can help lower emissions - WITH THE BUSINESS: Husband and wife’s firm can help lower emissions
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DRIVEN nearby a passion to help motorists very low emissions and save money on the money necessary driving, Stroud-based husband and wife salespeople Caroline and Jim Clennell established remapping company  Cientos Better.

To explain, remapping is when the controls on a car’s engine typically altered to improve performance.

The couple  already have built a strong reputation for minor car body remodel with their franchise of ChipsAway, which they wanted to build on, by using a business of their own.  

Their workshop to your Ryeford Industrial estate actually doubles up as a home towards both businesses.    

Caroline says remapping  delivers quick, easy and safe opportunity for those who run diesel motors to gain up to 15 % savings on fuel.  

Although renowned polluters,   diesel cars or trucks are often preferred by brands with high business mileage instant they last longer and are still less price to run, despite the ever increasing tax returns.            

Caroline said: “I today spoke to a business where spends £1, 000 mobile phone on fuel per year, make, and model.   They had a reasonable prices fleet of five diesel models. If all five motorbikes were remapped, it would give you a saving of £750 a month, meaning the cost of the remap would be recovered in a matter of calendar months.   As an added bonus, emissions could well lowered too. ”

There are a handful of fine tuning companies offering remaps as cars but  Miles Better  is one of the few to focus on decreasing costs and emissions, in the place of performance tuning – even though they do that too.  

Caroline says the companies really want to get away from the depressing image of tuning and remapping being just for boy-racers.  

Technology, states, has moved on, and it has developed over time into a common-sense way for small-businesses and individuals  to save money and better for the environment.

Technology used might have been tried and tested on 24, thousand BT vehicles, so they are probably confident it works.  

Growth Hubs operating in Cirencester and Gloucester have proven to be backing the business with their assistance, and the business is already conversing with local fleet managers regarding how they can work with them.

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