HiQ gets the family touch with new addition

The new HiQ site in Wisbech
The new HiQ site in Wisbech

The HiQ fast fit network has gained a new member in one of Wisbech’s oldest and most popular garages.

J S Holmes Ltd is embarking on a new adventure after joining the national chain. The garage is a Nissan and Ford approved dealer with 55 years experience in the automotive industry.

Just recently the garage announced it had launched a comprehensive car servicing scheme, and has now joined the HiQ network.

HiQ Wisbech, which will continue to operate alongside the Nissan and Ford dealership, has been taken under new management by Martin Holmes. Holmes is one of three generations of his family still involved in the automotive industry.

The garage is the latest in a chain of 150 centres to join the HiQ network.

Holmes said: “It is great for us to be linked to a national brand, giving us the opportunity to be competitive in the market.

We have invested heavily in offering motorists a wide-ranging stock of tyres as well as providing full mechanical services including MOTs.

Over the years we have established a very loyal customer base and we hope that by adding to our list of services, we can meet every motorists’ needs.”

Kelvin Taylor, HiQ’s regional franchise manager added: “This is an important development for us at HiQ.

It is vital that we continue to grow as a network and this latest opening strengthens our presence in the region and ultimately, across the UK.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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