Direct Line has teamed up with Thatcham Research, DG Cities and the Women’s Engineering Society to deliver a view of the car workshop of the future in a bid to attract an new generation of technician talent.
Franchised car retailers in the North West should be filling their workshops with vehicles damaged by the capital’s gaping pot holes, according to data which suggests vehicles have sustained £915 million of damage due to rutted roads.
The Institute of the Motor Industry is preparing for a meeting with the Minister of State at the Department for Transport to discuss the implementation of a Licence to Practice for technicians working on high-voltage AFVs.
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