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How is employment in the automotive industry changing?

Ahead of our annual report, which will be delivered in January 2020 (view our 2019 one here), we wanted to share some of the key statistics we’ve seen this year and in 2018 related to employment in the UK automotive industry. We will also dive into the...

Meet George, our 30 under 30 rising star at InAutomotive

A few weeks ago we revealed that George Callagher, the youngest member at InAutomotive's team received the 30 under 30's rising stars 2019 award. And today, ahead of the Bodyshop Magazine 30 under 30 awards ceremony tonight, we're very happy to reveal...

MECHANEX is back for 2019

  The UK’s only regional tradeshow dedicated to garage businesses is back again in 2019, with a fresh approach and a host of exciting new content. MECHANEX will once again be returning to Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey on 12th and 13th November 10am – 4pm, and will...

Which Types Of Vehicle Repairs Are Consumers Most Skeptical About?

As the digital age continues to influence our world, consumers are relying more on information online to help them with their problems. Like fixing their car, for example.Harming and hindering the auto industry,the internet today allows consumers to learn...

Tyre Maintenance for Fleets

Looking for ways to run your fleet more cost-effectively? A new and improved tyre maintenance could be the answer… Making Tyre Maintenance a Priority According to figures from Fleet News Magazine, approximately one-third of a fleet’s annual maintenance...

Border Cars closes leaving 200+ employee’s jobs at risk

Border Cars, a large dealership operating in Cumbria and south-west Scotland announced today that it will close, leaving over 200 employee's jobs at risk. Dumfries-based Border Cars said it was in talks with up to three potential buyers. A number of...

Electric car investment announced by Jaguar Land Rover

Last week, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) announced it is investing hundreds of millions of pounds to build a range of electric vehicles at its Castle Bromwich plant in Birmingham. The news has been welcomed by many following JLR's previous announcement in...

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