OSP rolls out Car Care Program | News

In an effort to improve public safety and assist the communities served by Oregon State Police (OSP), the agency announced a partnership with Advance Auto Parts/Carquest Auto Parts to create a “Car Care Program.”

OSP Troopers will be offering drivers stopped for a minor equipment violation a voucher that provides a discount on automotive parts purchased at any Advance Auto Parts or participating Carquest Auto Parts store.

OSP Superintendent Travis Hampton said, “When an OSP Trooper stops a vehicle for an equipment violation, they understand some individuals defer maintenance on their automobile to pay for other necessities instead, such as groceries and rent. The Car Care Program allows us in a small way to assist individuals and families with improving the safety of their vehicle and our highways. Every OSP Trooper understands they can influence the trajectory of a person’s life, which is why ‘Compassion’ is a core value of our agency.”

“We’re pleased to partner with the Oregon State Police on the ‘Car Care Program,'” said Advance’s chief marketing officer, Walter Scott. “Advance is passionate about serving our customers and communities and our team members are always ready with the parts and advice that customers’ need to keep their vehicles running safely.”

Starting Feb. 21, 2017, OSP began distributing these vouchers…

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