South African fitment centre group Supa Quick announced this week a new partnership with online platform Disky to make it convenient and quick for motorists to renew their vehicle licenses using WhatsApp at any of the 190 Supa Quick stores across South Africa.
“We are all pressed for time, and no one likes to stand in notoriously long, slow-moving queues in crowded venues at the licensing department or post office,” says Adeshni Sewbaran, franchise director at Supa Quick.[Tweet “Supa Quick announced this week a new partnership with online platform Disky allowing motorists to renew their vehicle licenses using WhatsApp at any of its 190 stores across South Africa.”]
“We wanted to find a way to make this process easier for our customers and Disky was the obvious choice.”
How Its Done:
To renew your vehicle license, you can simply visit the Supa Quick store of your choice and scan the Disky QR code and press ‘send.’
You will receive a WhatsApp message and, by following the user-friendly prompts, you can then make the payment and collect your license disk within five to ten working days from the store.
The process takes just a few minutes and a service fee will be charged. All types of vehicle licenses can be renewed, including those for motorcycles, cars, trailers and caravans.
“Many people delay renewing their vehicle license simply because it’s inconvenient or takes too long,” says Sewbaran.
“We are encouraging customers to take advantage of this value-added offering and make sure they comply with the law. Anyone can apply for renewal on your behalf, and you can complete the process in-store or in the comfort of your own home.”
Sewbaran adds that the service is another way for Supa Quick to differentiate itself in the fitment sector.