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Shortages and problems with supply blight our industry at the moment, but can the very old idea of reusing parts from scrapped vehicles help the situation?

Prices might be increasing across the board, but garages must charge the same MOT test fee as a decade ago. Is it still worth the candle for workshop owners? 

Plus, we have a look at the winter retail market. Does the new standard for number plates represent a profit opportunity for accessory shops, or should plate sales be treated strictly as a legal obligation?

 

All these questions and more are answered in the Autumn edition of CAT Magazine. Read it here.

 

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COTSWOLD MOTAQUIP ACQUIRED BY AAG

Single-branch motor factor was an existing UAN member

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SYNETIQ SOLD FOR £225m

US-based Insurance Automotive Auctions expands UK presence with auctioneer and dismantler

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ECP TO DISH OUT £400 BATTERY TESTERS

Garages will need to hit battery sales targets if they want to keep the devices

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FAI AUTOMOTIVE ACQUIRED FOR £27M

South Africa-based Motus Aftermarket Parts adds to its portfolio, Jonathan Alexander to remain CEO

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NI BIENNIAL MOT OPPOSED

NFDA on NI MOT frequency change: “Not the correct solution to the issues currently facing the NI Testing Scheme”

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