Garage Wire launches free forum for garage owners and technicians

Join the debate with like-minded peers to find out how industry developments are affecting other UK independents

Garage Wire launches free forum for garage owners and technicians
Join the conversation with other like-minded garage owners and technicians by registering now.

Garage Wire has announced the official launch of its forums today and is calling on readers to register now for free.

GW editor, Mike Ruff said: “You’ve read the news in the GW news bulletin, watched the latest GWTV videos and caught up on all of the latest tools and services for independent garages in the GW offers bulletin – well now it’s time for you to have your say in the GW forums.

“GW has a attracted a loyal following of independents who are passionate about the work they do and rely on us for all of the latest news in an industry that’s undergoing unprecedented changes.

“The [email protected] inbox has long received fascinating stories from workshops seeking advice and the comments section below news articles regularly generates interesting thoughts – often more interesting than the news itself.

“It’s why we’re taking that interactivity to the next level and are encouraging independent garage owners, mobile mechanics and vehicle technicians to register to the GW forums.”

Forum registration is completely free and takes less than a minute – simply follow the ‘more details’ link below.

Alongside the new forums, GW is also this week introducing new bulletins for subscribers.

News bulletins will be sent out every Tuesday and Friday, while the monthly offers bulletin will continue to provide readers with a round-up of the best products and services on the first Thursday of each month.

Other new bulletins include a monthly video bulletin, a GW Views bulletin and a most-read bulletin.

Mike added: “We really do appreciate our loyal following of readers and contributors – thank you all for your continued support.”

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