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Write-off avoidance programme launched by Honda

Honda (UK) is keen to consider support of the repair of Honda vehicles that are considered to be a borderline write-off by the insurer.

It has launched the Borderline Write-off Avoidance programme (BWA), a parts assistance programme that is designed to reduce the number of Honda vehicles subject to write-off.

The programme is open to any bodyshop using a Honda approved parts supplier, and MSX International has been engaged to provide this service on behalf of Honda (UK).

Felix Serrano, managing director at MSX International UK, said "MSX international is delighted to be supporting Honda UK on this programme for both cars and bikes. I am confident that MSXI’s experience in technical support and field operations will deliver a fast, efficient and simple claims process for bodyshops and a successful programme for Honda (UK)."

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