A bold call By Martin Hill, Group Director of Strategic Partnerships The last year has demonstrated the agility, inherent in motor retailing, at its best. For many, it was about survival, but that takes nothing away from the changes made. Being recognised as the Most Improved Dealership in the Motor Trader Awards against this backdrop […]
With the Bank of England forecasting a strong economic recovery after what will be a difficult Q1, dealers can help their customers and themselves by reconsidering what changes they might make to their business models now ready for the ‘new normal’.
Four in ten consumers report a rise in anxiety or stress as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. “GDP is projected to recover rapidly towards pre-Covid levels over 2021, as the vaccination programme is assumed to lead to an easing of Covid-related restrictions and people’s health concerns.” Bank of England 04/02/21
Dealers can benefit from an ‘all-inclusive’ pricing and marketing approach that provides greater lifetime cost certainty to today’s car buyers against an uncertain operating environment.
As motor retailer race towards 28th January and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) ban on discretionary commission, questions continue to surface notable among these are the potential for any limited discretion and ‘rules’ for lender selection that may be feasible. Compliance expert Tara Williams, Group Chief Risk and Compliance Officer at AutoProtect Group is very clear, […]
AutoProtect Group was announced as the Warranty/Added-Value Insurance Products Provider of the Year award at a special remote ceremony at the 2020 Motor Trader Industry Awards.
AutoProtect Group is immensely proud to have been recognised by motor retailers as the recommended GAP supplier for a fourth consecutive year following research by Automotive Management.
AutoProtect is proud of our products, technology, and above all our people and commitment to service.
AutoProtect Group is all about continuously delivering and improving its customer service…
There is a clear trend towards some form of normalisation across Europe with more shops and car dealers re-opening, albeit in a highly controlled manner.