Concerns of fast fit sales target culture leads latest issue of GW Views

Block Exemption awareness and lifelong learning also discussed in April issue of GW Views

Concerns of fast fit sales target culture leads latest issue of GW Views
The latest issue of GW Views is out now.

Find essential industry news analysis and opinion for independent garages in the latest issue of GW Views, which is now available to read for free.

GW readers have slammed what’s been dubbed as a fast fit sales target culture after another fast fit was subject to a Trading Standards sting recently – find out what’s been said and what’s being done to protect the reputation of independent garages here.

Industry author, lecturer and GW columnist Graham Stoakes discusses lifelong learning and Aaron Phillips of Jackson & Phillips Automotive Services explains why he thinks Block Exemption regulation is useless.

Meanwhile, there’s GWTV video reviews of the CarVue garage management system and three of Swarfega’s most popular products from its degreasing and maintenance range; Stop Quick, Jizer and Duck Oil.

We also head to the WhoCanFixMyCar HQ to find out what it can bring to your business and Pico Automotive answers another one of your PicoScope questions in our long-running Pico Q&A feature.

Be sure to take a look to find out how you can submit your questions ahead of the next issue.

As always, you’ll also find the results from the most-recent GW reader polls and surveys, as well as the latest brand news, products and services and technician tips.

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