Motor Codes refreshes online presence

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Motor codes is championing exceptional garages
Motor codes is championing exceptional garages

Motor Codes has given its website a facelift, bundling in new features to allow greater communication between customers and garages.

Hopes are high that Motor Codes’ network of 6,500 UK garages will benefit from the new and improved website, which at its heart features an enhanced version of the Motor Codes Garage Finder.

The group says that it hopes the new website will allow consumers to search for garages that meet its codes of practice, whilst at the same time championing garages who offer exceptional levels of service.

The renovated website is said to be a response to an increase in online traffic, and subscribing garages wanting to be recognised.

Chris Matson, managing director at Motor Codes explained: “Over the past year, we have gathered feedback from thousands of motorists on service levels from our subscribing garages, through our Code Survey. The best use of this data is to make it accessible to motorists. Visitors to the website using our Garage Finder will notice that all of our garages display customer ratings. This allows people to make an informed choice on where to take their car.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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