The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has launched three new accident repair apprenticeships offering after being appointed as End-Point-Assessment-Organisation for three new Level 3 Apprenticeship Standards.
Changes to the way insurers categorise damaged vehicles which are salvaged will offer used car buyers a new way of finding out more about the history of cars.
Accident Exchange Limited has set its sights on future growth and expansion following its acquisition by principal funder Eight Bar Financial International.
Motor claims consultants Industry Insights has partnered with Autoglass BodyRepair as its mobile repair network partner.
Jardine Motors Group has extended its 14-year contract with Accident Exchange for a further two years.
Damaged company cars can be guided by fleet management firm FMG to Tesco-based rapid-repair Xpress Centres for maximum convenience.
Accident Exchange celebrating 15 years in business with claims that it has helped dealerships generate £2 billion of previously untapped revenue from around 350,000 satisfied motorists.
A new study by Accident Exchange has highlighted that nearly 10% of all collisions last year involved new 15 and 65-plate vehicles.
Fix Auto Mid Devon has opened the network’s fourth Fix & Go centre after transforming a building opposite its existing Crediton bodyshop.
Fix Auto UK has formed a strategic alliance with consultancy business Industry Insights to further develop its product offering to the UK motor market.
Neath bodyshop DM Accident Repair Centre has been fined £20,000 after it failed to comply with an improvement notice issued by the Health and Safety Executive.
Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres has appointed Lee Elliot in a new operational support role following the company’s expansion with new fleet clients.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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