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HKP: the best place for your vehicle

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Photograph: Phnom Penh Post

A giant rabbit balloon, waving to the passersby on street 205, is the first sign of motorcycle parts shop HKP, which specialises in quality tyre and car parts.

With import licenses with international bands such as Deestone, supplying tyres, tubes and chain sets, Mr Sok Saroeun, HKP’s sales and marketing manager, says the store focuses on quality over price.

“Those brand names have a high level of rubber, don’t easily explode and your tyre doesn’t swell up.”

HKP is also an official stocker of Taiwanese tyre company Duro, an Original Equipment Manufacturer with a reputation for high endurance rubber.

Chains and brakes are also a large part of HKP’s business and staff can help with advice on motor care and maintenance.

As of the end of this month the store is having a promotion for its customers. For purchases five dollars and over, customers will receive a lottery ticket; if you spend more than ten dollars you’ll get two tickets as well as a special gift.

The lucky lottery will start on November 29.

HKP Motorcycle Spare Parts Shop has two other branches: south of Toul Toum Pong and on Mao Tse Toung Blvd.

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