Aftermarket Review: Episode 7

Auto Repair Focus Editor Phil Curry looks at some of the news stories around the aftermarket from the last seven days, in the latest episode of the Aftermarket Review.

In this latest episode, A reminder that entries for the British Garage of the Year awards, run by the Independent Garage Association, close on the 31st January. The BIG Awards shine a spotlight on your skills, passion and achievements and cover all aspects of running a garage business, so share your story and enter today. All shortlisted garages will win two tickets to a one-of-a-kind awards evening, packed with entertainment and dancing until the early hours, on Friday 19th August 2022 at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre. Held in association with the iconic British Motor Show, all finalists will also receive a four-day family ticket to The British Motor Show 2022.

GS Yuasa launches a new advertising campaign, set to hit TV screens, radio and social media channels and hekping to drive, not only awareness of the brand but customers to your workshops.

LKQ Euro Car Parts has opened a new store, its first in Cirencester. Located in the Love Lane Industrial Estate on Midland Road, the new store will give drivers and garages in the area convenient, local access to LKQ Euro Car Parts’ 160,000-strong range of car, light commercial vehicle and specialty parts.

Since launching in late 2021, AJD Tools has expanded its website to include even more product categories. These provide technicians with even greater access to its wide range of high-quality tools and equipment from established and leading global manufacturers, covering bodywork, braking, electronics, engines, fluids, thermal systems and wheels.

Thatcham Research has revealed the UK’s safest new cars of 2021, with EV and Hybrid models demonstrating impressive safety advancements ahead of the 2030 ban on new Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) sales.

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