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October 23, 2020 at 1:56 pm #202567Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
The UK’s automotive aftermarket has been warned not to underestimate the importance of the Block Exemption Regulation after the European Commission th
[See the full post at: Don’t underestimate Block Exemption, IAAF says in stark warning to UK aftermarket]October 24, 2020 at 9:12 am #202572Meat-HeadParticipant
Its wrong when its “your car/van” money has changed hands for it.
You dont have to buy macdonalds bog roll before buying burger.
If you buy a bicycle to find you need special tool to remove the wheels & nearest
Agent 10 hour flight away, you would soon be kicking offOctober 27, 2020 at 7:53 am #202675pasquale brunoGuest
We all realise what the effect will be on the all independant garages after 2023 if the commission is unable to get a new deal. Not only will it put the independent sector back decades, we would also see many close, with thousands of job losses, The effect would be felt across the board, waiting time for appointments at main dealers would be extended, (could the dealerships cope with the extra work?), customers would have to book their MOTs months in advance due to a shortage of ‘Test Centres’, The industry would be in turmoil.