MOTOR CODES LAUNCHES MOBILE VERSION OF GARAGE FINDER

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A screenshot of the new site
A screenshot of the new site

Motor Codes has launched a mobile version of its garage finder, helping more motorists find their way to the doors of its 7000 member garages this Christmas, including independents.

Motor Codes says that with the Christ-mass migration well under way more vehicles are going to need service and repair work – and garages shouldn’t miss out.

The mobile-optimised version of its website takes users straight to the garage finder function of the Motor Codes site, letting users search for garages that are closest to them.

Managing Director Chris Mason said: “When we’re at home, we have the security of the local main dealer or an independent garage that we’ve grown to trust.  Away from home, on holiday, you’ll be relying on a recommendation.  If something needs fixing while you’re on your travels, you can be assured that all Motor Codes garages comply with customer service guidelines set out by the OFT, they’re all inspected by the RAC and customers are invited to leave feedback online – which you can read via the mobile garage finder.”

“By using the Motor Codes mobile garage finder, you remove the risk of making a costly mistake if something does need fixing on your car while you’re away from home and away from the security of your usual garage.”

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