Motoring expert and racing driver Rebecca Jackson has been selected by MotorEasy as its new brand ambassador, and 'Lost in Translation' promoter.
Having professionally bought, sold, restored, repaired, driven, raced and independently reviewed cars around the world, MotorEasy feels Jackson is a “trusted voice” for motoring consumers.
Jackson, who is also a writer and TV presenter on shows such as Dave’s Modern Wheels or Classic Steals, will support MotorEasy in raising awareness of its maintenance and repair bookings, that it says are hassle-free and time-saving and assist car owners in getting the best value and convenience for MOTs, warranties, repairs and car servicing.
As part of the activity, she will be supporting MotorEasy’s ‘Lost in Translation’ campaign to promote “plain English” in garages.
“I’m looking forward to supporting MotorEasy help everyday drivers from wasting money on maintenance and repairs with the Lost in Translation campaign,” said Jackson.
“It can be challenging to keep up to date with today’s more complicated cars and functions. I’m proud to support MotorEasy in bringing more clarity to the consumer.”
MotorEasy’s founder Duncan McClure Fisher said: “Rebecca’s experience of key consumer issues, combined with a career as a motoring journalist and presenter, will ensure that we continue our rapid progress as the UK’s fastest growing motoring association.
“As a busy entrepreneur, consumer and motorist. Rebecca understands the need to make car ownership and maintenance simple.
"She’ll be working hard with us to bring greater clarity to the world of motoring, allowing MotorEasy members to focus on the more important things in life.”