KLARIUS DIRECTORS FACE COURT

A charge of fraud  has been brought against five directors of Klarius by DVSA. The charge relates to the sale of non-approved catalytic converters between 2013 and 2015.

The directors entered a ‘not guilty’ plea at a short hearing in Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court on April 1st.

The case has been listed for trial on November 18 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

£540k SPEND ON NEW TRUCKS BY ALLIANCE AUTOMOTIVE

Scania 500s all feature NAPA branding as trading group push house-label parts

Read More

MOT TESTING SMARTPHONE SYSTEM TO ROLL OUT NEXT MONTH

Card-based system to be phased out from mid February

Read More

EURO CAR PARTS UPDATES CARSYS

Own brand garage management software now has imporved compatibility and function

Read More

DVSA: 88 PERCENT OF GARAGES OFFER PICK UP AND DROP OFF SERVICE

The vast majority of independent garages offer a pick up and drop off service to those that need it, according to a survey. The poll, carried out on behalf of the Driver and Vehicle Standards […]

Read More

DVLA SHOULD CLOSE ‘IMMEDIATELY’ SAY UNION

Closure of licensing authority should be ‘temporary and immediate’ according to PCS union

Read More

Join the debate

1 Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *