SEOUL – Renault-Samsung Motors Inc. has opened nine new "Auto Cafes" for customers within its South Korean "Power Station" car service facilities. The Auto Cafes are equipped with video monitors that enable customers to watch technicians working on their cars via cameras mounted in the service bays. They also are equipped with a golf putting corner, regular TVs and VCRs, chessboards and special areas with couches where weary customers can nap. "This is just one more service to our ...
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