As you’ll see in the latest issue of CAT Magazine I was recently a guest of Team Engstler sponsor Liqui Moly at the latest round of the World Touring Car Championship in Hungary. Aside from […]
An article on dealer-focused website Motor Trader caught my eye this weekend. The article laid out the results of an online investigation in which the Motor Trader team approached 40 dealers through social networking site, […]
This winter hasn’t yet turned out to be the white blizzard some expected it to be. I say yet, because January and February are traditionally our coldest months, so the snow and ice could still […]
Voting for the CAT Awards 2013 closes this Friday, 21st December. Make sure your votes are in before this date, as votes cast after this date will not count towards the final result. If you […]
After Transport Secretary Justine Greening revealed that the Government was no longer going to push for longer 4-2-2 intervals this February, a review of the MOT system was announced. A key aim of the review […]
The end is now in sight for the CAT Awards 2013. Voting for this year’s awards closes on the 21st December, so you have until then to vote for YOUR aftermarket heroes. The winners will […]
Gates’ Balsareny production plant in Barcelona is one of three sites in Europe which make the company’s new Micro-V Horizon belt. Marc Etaix is the man in charge of making sure production at the site […]
For many, the question on their lips is which country will be the first to exit the eurozone.â€¨â€¨Whether an existing eurozone member jumps or is pushed is irrelevant. The consequences for many businesses are likely to be severe. This is particularly so because there is no English or EU law which addresses the legal effect of a change of currency resulting from a eurozone exit. This stands in stark contrast to the situation in certain US states that have such laws.