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In response to the fact millions of teenagers receive their GCSE results today, a week-long social media campaign has been launched to encourage them to consider a career in automotive.

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Top 10 selling used cars in July

21/08/2014 in News

The top 10 used car sold in July is dominated by Ford and Vauxhall with the Astra proving more popular than the Corsa for this first time this quarter.

Guest opinion: Price vs reputation - what matters more to consumers looking for a repair?

21/08/2014 in News

We’ve had over 40,000 drivers use us to find a ‘great local garage’, choosing from our 4,700-strong network of garages in the process, at WhoCanFixMyCar.com. But what does ‘great’ actually mean?


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HR Owen: Email, events and enticing the 21st-century customer

HR Owen marketing director Chris Harris explains how the UK’s largest luxury and supercar dealer mixes events, email and CRM software to entice and analyse potential customers.

Pentagon's Trevor Reeve explains the vital role of training in his expansion plans

Pentagon's Trevor Reeve details how investing in his staff and training academy are preparing the AM100 group for acquisitions.

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Guest opinion: Price vs reputation - what matters more to consumers looking for a repair?

We’ve had over 40,000 drivers use us to find a ‘great local garage’, choosing from our 4,700-strong network of garages in the process, at WhoCanFixMyCar.com. But what does ‘great’ actually mean?

EU to force manufacturers to introduce 'real world' fuel economy testing for new cars

EU regulators are preparing draft legislation that will require vehicle fuel use to be tested on roads rather than in laboratories, looking to close loopholes that allow carmakers to exaggerate fuel-saving and emissions credentials.

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