Garages renew Motor Codes subscriptions

Subscribers to the Motor Industry Code of Practice for Service and Repair are signing up again in their droves, according to the Code’s operator.

Motor Codes said that by the first week in September over 4000 garages had renewed their subscriptions.

It added that most vehicle manufacturers have committed their networks to a further 12 months and a growing number are making it part of their dealer agreements.

“This impressive response is firm evidence of the commitment the industry continues to show towards delivering ever-increasing levels of customer service,” said Chris Mason, Motor Codes director.

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