Motor Codes continues to grow after successful 2013

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motor_codes_rgb_strapMotor Codes has enjoyed a bumper year, driving more than £17.5 million of potential revenue towards subscribers.

As well as delivering revenue opportunities to members, during 2013 Motor Codes also grew its subscribers list, with more than 800 garages becoming Trading Standards approved, taking the total to 7750 of which 2130 are independent.

The relationship with Citizens Advice has also gone from strength to strength, as it has defended its subscribers from £1.25 million in unfounded claims during 2013, while also recovering more than £400,000 for customers too.

Chris Mason, Managing Director for Motor Codes, said: “We now have the complete package: a means of people sourcing a professional, reliable business and a proven, robust consumer protection mechanism.

“That is what the Government tasked us to achieve back in 2008. In 2013, Motor Codes progressed to the next level, driving business to subscribers.”

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