Petron Lakbay Alalay: Kasama mo sa biyahe for 30 years

March 30, 2015

As the mass exodus out of the city begins, motorists can once again be comforted to know that there's help along the way from Petron. Now celebrating its 30th year, Petron Lakbay Alalay, the country’s longest running motorist assistance program, has developed into a year-round road safety program and customer service advocacy to ensure safer, worry-free travel for everyone.

Marking its 30th year milestone as the country’s pioneer motorist assistance program, Petron employees have launched the Lakbay Alalay Volunteerism campaign to engage motorists to pledge for road safety.

For the coming Holy Week break, identified pit stops along the major expressways—NLEX, SLEX, Lakeshore,TPLEX, and STAR Tollway—will offer various activities on April 1 & 2, and April 4 & 5, 2015. The expanded Petron Lakbay Alalay program will include services such as: free safety check for 2-wheel and 4-wheel vehicles; free medical assistance; free 15-minute massage; free food and drinks; a Kiddie Corner; freebies and games from partners; parking assistance; and free Wi-Fi and free cellphone charging area.

The growing number of Petron Lakbay Alalay partners include: Chevrolet, Honda Cars, Honda Motorcycles, Honda Safety Driving Center, Motolite, Globe, Red Cross, Unilab, PhilCare, Purefoods Tender Juicy, San Mig Coffee, Jelly Sip, Pepsi, Magnolia Ice Cream, Polo Mints, Doña Maria, Nissin, Judge Candy, Glade, HBC, Bridgestone, CNN Philippines, and the Bureau of Fire Protection.

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James Deakin
James Deakin is a multi-awarded automotive journalist located in Manila, Philippines. He has a weekly column in the Philippine STAR's motoring section, is a motoring corespondent for CNN Philippines and is the host of the Philippine motoring television show Drive, which airs every Sunday night at 10pm on CNN Philippines.