Getting a jump on the 2018 growing season starts with making sure your equipment is field-ready before you store it. And now, participating Case IH dealers can help make year-end maintenance even easier and more cost-effective during the Case IH Inspect & Protect Sales Event.*
One of the best examples is a Case IH Certified Maintenance Inspection. These inspections — available for all types of equipment, from combines to tractors to planters — are a proven way to protect your investment and keep your equipment in peak working condition. Because Case IH technicians use Certified Maintenance Inspection checklists for each inspection, you can rest assured that service is thorough and nothing is overlooked.[Tweet “Inspect & Protect to keep your equipment operating at peak performance. Via @Case_IH”]
Upon completion, your Case IH dealership will place a Certiﬁed Maintenance Inspection decal on your equipment, distinguishing your commitment to keep your equipment operating at its best. Not only does annual maintenance support productivity in the ﬁeld but also each decal symbolizes a completed inspection — which may increase the resale value of your equipment.
The Inspect & Protect Sales Event can help you operate at peak performance, year-round.
Inspect & Protect Sales Event
Certified Maintenance Inspections are just one way participating Case IH dealers can help you hit your fields in high gear next spring. Our Inspect & Protect Sales Event — through December 31 — features purchase and maintenance rewards, extended parts warranties, special financing and more — all designed to help you efficiently and cost-effectively provide the best care possible for your valuable equipment.
If you don’t already have a maintenance strategy in place for your operation, work with your Case IH dealer to develop one suited to your individual objectives. And check out our Inspect & Protect Sales Event for all the support you’ll need.
*Valid only at participating dealerships.
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