Jardine Motors Group has extended its 14-year contract with Accident Exchange for a further two years.
Working across Jardine’s 70 dealerships in the UK, Accident Exchange will continue to support customers by organising vehicle repairs and providing like-for-like replacement vehicles in non-fault accidents.
Jardine Motors Group’s head of used car development, Richard Hollis, said: “With these partnerships, you want to be working toward the same goals.
"Jardine is always looking at the long-term, both in business and in our customer relationships, and our continuing work with Accident Exchange reflects that perfectly.”
Scott Hamilton-Cooper, director of operations at Accident Exchange, said: “Continuing such a long-term partnership with any business is no small feat, so it's gratifying to see Accident Exchange continue to be a trusted partner to a leading motor retailer and be playing a part in its wider success.
“Good customer service will always pay dividends, and whether you’re dealing with an Audi or an Aston Martin customer who’s just had an accident, it’s essential that those motorists are given every possible support by aftercare specialists.”
The two-year contract was signed in July 2017, and will continue until July 2019.