Garage Wire is bringing the UK aftermarket’s EV expertise together under one roof for the benefit of independent garages at Brighton Racecourse on January 25, 2023 – doors open at 5pm.
With almost every vehicle manufacturer now offering an EV line-up, it’s a car parc that’s fast growing and is increasingly being serviced by independent workshops.
Helping garage owners navigate the latest trends, Garage Wire’s EV Ready event is set to showcase the very latest tools, equipment and services for workshops to cater for EVs, plus expert opinion and business advice.
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The format >
Sponsored by GSF Car Parts, EV Ready is a relaxed mid-week, evening event to showcase the aftermarket’s response to vehicle electrification. Visitor attractions include around 30 exhibitors showcasing EV-related technologies, tools and equipment, a live EV panel discussion and food and drink included with tickets.
When and where >
Tickets for Garage Wire’s EV Ready are available to book online now for just £5.00 and include FREE parking, FREE dinner and a FREE beer. With a limited number of tickets available, garages are advised to book early to guarantee entry. Doors open at Brighton Racecourse at 5.00pm on January 25, 2023.
Confirmed exhibitors so far include Autotech Training, Bosch, Castrol, Continental Tyres, Delphi, Garage Hive, Garage Services Online, GSF Car Parts, Hella, HEVRA, IAAF, IMI, Our Virtual Academy, Pichler Tools, Pico Technology, Polybush, Project EV, Schaeffler, Sykes-Pickavant, Tool Connection, WAI Global, ZAP ME and ZF.
Joining the EV Ready discussion panel is Peter Melville of the Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Repair Alliance (HEVRA), Ben Stockton of Our Virtual Academy, Paul Dineen of Servicesure and Quentin Le Hetet of GiPA.
Matt Cleevely of Cleevely Motors will also be joining the panel to share his expertise as an award-winning and widely renowned independent EV specialist, while Kevin Pearce of Cedar Garage will be offering his perspective as a forward-thinking garage that’s currently making investments to tap into the growing EV market.