Motor Codes GOTY regional winners revealed

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GOTYMotor Codes has announced the regional winners for its Garage of the Year Competition.

Among the finalists are CAT Large Garage of the Year winners ABP Motorsport and CAT Award nominee iAutoUK.

Almost 12,000 garage customers across the UK have voted in the competition so far, which aims to give members of the public a roadmap of the best garages in the country. Both independent garages and franchises are included in the competition.

In no particular order, the regional winners for independent garages are:

East of England               Top Marques Repair Garage, Hitchin

Midlands                            iAutoUK, Coventry

North East                          Cavendish Motor Company, Ashington

North West                         ABP Motorsport, Crewe

Northern Ireland              Newtownabbey Autocentre

Scotland                              D&G Autocare, Pitreavie, Dunfermline

South East                           The Test Centre, Deptford

South West                          Tickenham Garage, Clevedon

Wales                                    A1 Motorcare, Rumney, Cardiff

Yorkshire                             Alexanders Prestige, Boroughbridge

Motor Codes Managing Director Chris Mason said: “This is about putting trustworthy garages in the shop window, giving their customers a way to show their appreciation and, importantly, ensuring that people don’t have to feel anxious about choosing a garage.  Even better for motorists, our results are a stark contrast to the findings released this month by Citizens Advice, which has clocked up a similar number of complaints about garages over the past year.”

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