Unipart Automotive has relaunched its nationwide network of Car Care Centres.

The company says garages in the UCCC program can benefit from refreshed branding, new signage and a national advertising campaign promoting the network.

Unipart is also sponsoring ex-stig Ben Collins, who’ll be promoting the network at events around the UK.

Unipart says that every UCCC member garage benefits from unlimited access to the Unipart technical helpline, which offers help and advice for tackling a range of workshop dilemmas. Network members also benefit from extensive training, which is run in conjunction with Delphi.

Alongside the relaunch of the garage network Unipart has also refreshed the group’s website. The new site helps customers to choose which of the network’s 700 garages they would like to go to. It also allows motorists to search for Unipart garages in their area.

Andrew Jeffery, Unipart Automotive md said: “The refreshed UCCC program presents an extremely exciting opportunity for every independent motor trader and I firmly believe it gives a real edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

“Our aim is to expand the UCCC network and offer a genuine alternative to the franchise dealer. Now that we have the best garage program we are confident we can achieve this.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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

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