Strangled at birth?
Far too many years of covering Budget speeches should have taught me there’s no point in actually listening to what the Chancellor (of any party) has to say. You have to get hold of the full...Read more
After last week’s move by Vauxhall to introduce a second, lower, labour rate for older car servicing, which I was somewhat sceptical about, it turns out I’m not alone....Read more
Vauxhall’s new fixed low-price servicing scheme for older cars has got me thinking. The prices sound fantastic if you own a Vauxhall that’s more than three-years-old, but is it good news...Read more
Auto retailers still hoping that the upcoming pan-European block exemption rules will offer them some form of contract protection through an official Code of Conduct seem likely to be disappointed. As...Read more
Auto retailers are used to being on the front line when it comes to customer satisfaction. For many years now bonus payments have been linked to CSI ratings; more recently some carmakers have taken to...Read more
Most auto retailers I know would reckon they are pretty good at selling used cars. After all, a good used car operation is the bedrock of any auto retail business – obviously for independent...Read more