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When it comes to buying or servicing a new or used car, there are lots of questions to ask right now as the industry gradually recovers from lockdown. Our friends at Car and Driving have been asking and, more importantly, answering those vital questions.
There’s been good news lately for car dealers with some recent clarifications from official bodies relieving some of the strain felt on car sales during this time.
The current coronavirus lockdown may mean your vehicle is off the road for three weeks or more. So we thought it’d be useful to offer you a few tips on how to keep it safe and roadworthy for whenever you need it – and for when the lockdown is lifted.
Domestic hygiene?is of course high on the agenda?right now and it’s important to remember it’s not just your house that needs scrupulous cleaning. Your car is one of the most tactile items you’ll own, with multiple surfaces that need special attention too.
Businesses around the world are feeling the effect of the current pandemic and the motor industry in the UK is no exception. After entering lockdown this week, meaning that majority of businesses deemed non-essential being told to close their doors, car dealers and garages are finding effective ways to keep their businesses on track.
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