Opteven’s acquisition of WMS Group has been formally completed after gaining approval from The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
EMaC has brought its service plan offering together with and extended warranty and roadside assistance provided by the AA to create its new Lifetime Warranty “vehicle ownership solution”.
WMS Group is set to be wholly acquired by Europe’s second-largest Mechanical Breakdown Insurer (MBI) subject to formal approval of the deal from The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
RAC and Assurant have announced a three year agreement extension as they target franchised dealer sector.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has teamed up with Allianz Partners to launch a new Approved Used Van Programme which offers a 24-month warranty on vehicles up to four years old.
Warranty Assist has joined The Motor Ombudsman's Motor Industry Code of Practice for Vehicle Warranty Products in a bid to give car owners "added peace of mind".
Skoda has announced that customers who purchase a qualifying approved used Skoda during May and June through Skoda Financial Services will benefit from an extended warranty.
WMS Group has targeted success in an “exciting year” with the help of new appointment Keith Pipe who has joined the group as its new head of sales.
The Warranty Group has appointed two new business development directors for its Automotive Division has as the company continues to strengthen its sales team.
Kia is recalling twenty-four Kia Sorento vehicles due to a fuel feed hose issue.
Customer concerns regarding quality, standard of work and warranties results in record number of contacts to The Motor Ombudsman in initial months of 2017.
RAC Dealer Network has announced plans for a new series of summer events designed to help create an increased sense of community among its 1,100 dealers.
McLaren Automotive has delivered the promise of a wider warranty car parc with the introduction of a 12-year extended package for its new car customers.
The RAC has boosted the size of the team selling branded warranty products to dealers by more than a third as it targets a greater presence in the independent sector.
Used car buyers are expected to take advantage of increasingly long and more comprehensive warranties as customer confidence stalls in the wake of Brexit, says The Warranty Group.
Independent dealers are increasingly looking to compete with the franchised network in providing premium vehicles according to Autoguard Warranties.
Customers will be more open to warranty and insurance products as they crave greater security amid the uncertainty of post-Brexit Britain.
Customers of AA Warranties have received reassurance that their policies still hold water after the schemes’ Gilbraltar-based underwriters fell into liquidation.
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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