June sees largest used car price growth since January 2019
04 July 2020
June sees largest used car price growth since January 2019
Auto Trader's Retail Price Index recorded a 3.7% year-on-year increase in June, the largest monthly growth in used car prices since January 2019
Semi-autonomous trucks 1,100-Mile daily route
03 July 2020
Semi-autonomous trucks 1,100-Mile daily route
TuSimple, a start-up with operations in the US and China operates a fleet of over 50 autonomous trucks delivering freight each day for customers such as UPS, The United States Postal Service and McLane Company
Helbiz e-scooter rentals eyes up the United Kingdom
03 July 2020
Helbiz e-scooter rentals eyes up the United Kingdom
As the United Kingdom changes its e-scooter regulations and begins trials, Helbiz, a pioneer in micro-mobility, announces its intention to enter the market
More than 10m due to take to the roads at weekend
03 July 2020
More than 10m due to take to the roads at weekend
The easing of lockdown restrictions from 4 July will see the equivalent of more than 10m people getting away to make it the busiest weekend so far on roads in England, according to a survey by RAC Breakdown
Older drivers becoming more open to buying a car unseen
03 July 2020
Older drivers becoming more open to buying a car unseen
A study of more than 700 car buyers conducted by the web-based car supermarket BuyaCar.co.uk in the wake of the coronavirus lockdown which spurred more motorists to go online for their next car
Pivotal: swap your car when you want to – well almost!
03 July 2020
Pivotal: swap your car when you want to – well almost!
JLR has set up the service, called Pivotal, so customers can experience either the latest technology from the Jaguar range, or trial the offerings of the Land Rover range, swapping between models when it suits them
Vehicle anti-theft device should save insurance industry millions
02 July 2020
Vehicle anti-theft device should save insurance industry millions
A device that prevents cars with keyless start and entry from being stolen could save the insurance industry around £380m a year
e-scooter rental trials go legal from from this weekend
01 July 2020
e-scooter rental trials go legal from from this weekend
New regulations allowing trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on Saturday 4 July 2020, Transport Minister Rachel Maclean has announced
EZI-Methods marks its 2,000,000th download
01 July 2020
EZI-Methods marks its 2,000,000th download
With the lockdown easing, Ezi-Methods can finally celebrate another major milestone in the company's six-year history after recording its 2,000,000th download of one of its repair methods
JH1000 heat inductor for safer CV & PSV workshop repairs
30 June 2020
JH1000 heat inductor for safer CV & PSV workshop repairs
Go-Ahead London, the capital's largest bus operator, has seen numerous improvements to workshop safety and vehicle repairs since using a portable induction heater at their New Cross accident and repair centre.
Green shoots of recovery – MOT uplift of over 1000%
30 June 2020
Green shoots of recovery – MOT uplift of over 1000%
Autotech Recruit have reported a tenfold increase in the number of MOTs carried out by its network of temporary vehicle technicians in June compared to May - signalling the automotive aftermarket is on the road to recovery.
Peugeot online part exchange valuation tool update
30 June 2020
Peugeot online part exchange valuation tool update
Peugeot has updated its Part Exchange Valuation Tool to help buyers value their current vehicle when buying a new car through Peugeot Buy Online.
Safety first as the Thatcham Research Automotive Academy reopens
30 June 2020
Safety first as the Thatcham Research Automotive Academy reopens
The Academy will reopen its doors on July 6. Lockdown had seen the facility closed for the longest period since it was opened by HRH Prince Michael of Kent in 1995
Post lockdown, UK roads likely to be full with clean but unsafe cars!
29 June 2020
Post lockdown, UK roads likely to be full with clean but unsafe cars!
Aviva's research into motorists' attitudes to driving post-lockdown reveals there could be an increase in the number of potentially dangerous vehicles on roads, with many motorists forgoing vehicle safety checks in recent months.
BVRLA responds to Committee on Climate Change 2020 report
28 June 2020
BVRLA responds to Committee on Climate Change 2020 report
It is too early to say whether 2032 is a realistic target date for the new car & van market to go zero-emission.
By Miles plea to the ABI
27 June 2020
By Miles plea to the ABI
In an open letter to Huw Evans, ABI Director General, James Blackham, CEO and co-founder of By Miles asks for fairer treatment for low mileage drivers
Volvo Car Group partners with Waymo
26 June 2020
Volvo Car Group partners with Waymo
Volvo Car Group, including its strategic affiliates Polestar and Lynk & Co are establishing a strategic partnership with Waymo, a leader in fully self-driving technology development
Motorway roadworks speed limit rise?
26 June 2020
Motorway roadworks speed limit rise?
Speed limits through motorway roadworks could be raised to allow cars to travel at 60mph
Traffic volumes set to soar
26 June 2020
Traffic volumes set to soar
The number of cars on UK roads could exceed pre-lockdown levels as people shun public transport and travel to newly reopened businesses. So predicts to RAC in a recent report
DPD begin trials with LEVC electric vans
25 June 2020
DPD begin trials with LEVC electric vans
Testing will take place over the next few months with 25 DPD partners trying the vehicles. Participants purposely chosen from a range of industries - tool & equipment hire, energy suppliers and postal service companies.
Solus new Bolton site
25 June 2020
Solus new Bolton site
Aviva owned, Solus Accident Repairs, announce the opening of their 18th site at Logistics North in Bolton Monday 29 June 2020
Ford introduces 5G network in EV factories to speed production lines
25 June 2020
Ford introduces 5G network in EV factories to speed production lines
By autumn, Ford's Electrified Powertrain facility at Dunton will have the fastest possible in-plant connectivity using a 5G mobile private network delivered by Vodafone Business
GEO Semi Driver Monitoring System cameras
25 June 2020
GEO Semi Driver Monitoring System cameras
GEO's application specific camera video processors feature high dynamic range image processing, geometric processing for DMS (driver monitoring systems)
i-Pace electric on high-tech taxi rank
25 June 2020
i-Pace electric on high-tech taxi rank
Jaguar has joined 'ElectriCity', which is a project to build wireless, high-powered charging infrastructure for taxis in the Norwegian capital
£73 million funding brings UK closer to net zero emission ambition
24 June 2020
£73 million funding brings UK closer to net zero emission ambition
The UK Government has identified 10 projects to receive a share of the grant to develop cutting-edge technologies such as recyclable batteries, advanced electrical systems and ultra-lightweight components.
Plugsurfing and Volvo Cars offer Europe-wide charging service
24 June 2020
Plugsurfing and Volvo Cars offer Europe-wide charging service
This will deliver Europe-wide public charging solution for drivers of Volvo electric vehicles. Drivers will have access to a network of over 200,000 charging points.
Ford complimentary connected vehicle services for Europe
24 June 2020
Ford complimentary connected vehicle services for Europe
Drivers will access connected vehicle features using the FordPass app which enables a variety of remote services, including checking on vehicle health, fuel level and oil levels, range, as well as locking and unlocking doors
Mokka Electric for 2021
24 June 2020
Mokka Electric for 2021
The new emission-free Mokka is the start of a new direction for the Vauxhall brand. Design with elements like Vauxhall Vizor and Pure Panel that will become part of signature look for future models
CAPS analysis shows significant rise in claims
23 June 2020
CAPS analysis shows significant rise in claims
The latest CAPS motor claims analysis report for the week ending 19 June, shows a 33% increase in claims activity exchanged across its platform compared to the preceding week
AI - making a science of data and repair
23 June 2020
AI - making a science of data and repair
Solera Audatex is using AI to combine data and repair science to accelerate the adoption of automated estimating.
Global competition seeks top EV and battery start-ups
23 June 2020
Global competition seeks top EV and battery start-ups
The EVBC is a global competition to identify up to 10 EV and battery start-ups for potential investment and collaboration. New Energy Nexus, the international start-up support organization, will manage and facilitate the competition
Kia augmented reality app helps drivers 'Go Electric'
23 June 2020
Kia augmented reality app helps drivers 'Go Electric'
This app seeks to answer questions that many drivers have about new EVs, including how the various powertrains work, how the driving experience differs and how to charge
Higher Congestion Charge now in force
22 June 2020
Higher Congestion Charge now in force
The Congestion Charge, which covers around one per cent of Greater London, will temporarily increase by 30% from £11.50 to £15, operate 07:00-22:00 seven days a week and the residents' discount will be closed to new applicants on 1 August.
LEVC launches black cab safe journey campaign
21 June 2020
LEVC launches black cab safe journey campaign
As London and other UK cities begin to emerge from lockdown, travelling safely is of paramount importance and LEVC, manufacturer of the iconic black cab, wants to raise awareness of how licensed black taxis can help keep the public protected.
Summer staycations favoured by UK drivers
21 June 2020
Summer staycations favoured by UK drivers
Only one-in-three drivers (31%) expect to take the summer holiday they had planned before the coronavirus outbreak, with a UK 'staycation' by car now favoured by those who had to cancel their original plans, new research for RAC Breakdown shows.
BVRLA - we can help UK plc rebound
20 June 2020
BVRLA - we can help UK plc rebound
The vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sector can play a key role in helping the economy rebound from the effects of the coronavirus, according to a new report published by the BVRLA.
Fuel efficiency figures 'misleading'
20 June 2020
Fuel efficiency figures 'misleading'
Research has found that new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars could be almost 5.5% less efficient than their official fuel consumption figures suggest
ABI Annual Conference 2021 date announced
20 June 2020
ABI Annual Conference 2021 date announced
Tuesday 23 February - The ABI Annual Conference 2021 will bring together industry leaders, politicians and regulators to debate the major issues affecting the insurance and long-term savings industry
Green number plates for ultra-low emission vehicles by autumn
19 June 2020
Green number plates for ultra-low emission vehicles by autumn
'The government is committed to making lasting changes in the way we travel and to helping build a greener country for the benefit of everyone' Statement from Grant Shapps, Secretary for State for Transport
Consumer expectations for autonomous vehicles research
19 June 2020
Consumer expectations for autonomous vehicles research
Escalent report offers AV technology developers a new look at consumer attitudes regarding the autonomous experience, from comfort with various levels of AV-enabled experiences to expectations regarding the likely winners of the AV adoption race.
Solera Audatex and Service Certainty tie up
18 June 2020
Solera Audatex and Service Certainty tie up
Solera Audatex has announced a new partnership with Service Certainty that will enable the integration of imageproof PRO into AudaTarget providing claims handlers with instant access to high-quality images and video
Thatcham Research response to Euro NCAP's 'Euro Rescue'
18 June 2020
Thatcham Research response to Euro NCAP's 'Euro Rescue'
Following the launch of Euro NCAP's 'Euro Rescue' app, a new and vital source of information for first responders attending the scene of an accident, Matthew Avery, director of research at Thatcham Research and Euro NCAP board member comments
Euro Rescue - Euro NCAP app  for first responders
18 June 2020
Euro Rescue - Euro NCAP app for first responders
As vehicles have become tougher, more complex and alternatively powered, it has become increasingly crucial that first responders know what they can and can't do at the scene of an accident - this app is the solution
TfL urges Londoners to watch out for new road layouts
17 June 2020
TfL urges Londoners to watch out for new road layouts
Changes are being rolled out at pace through TfL and the Mayor's Streetspace for London plan. Footways and bus platforms have been extended across the capital, creating an additional 19,000m² of space for people walking and cycling in the past month.
CAPS report shows further increase in claims
17 June 2020
CAPS report shows further increase in claims
The latest collision repair industry analysis report from CAPS, for the week ending 12 June, shows that unique claims have edged up by a further 4% from the previous week's 14% rise.
Automated vehicles research initiative
16 June 2020
Automated vehicles research initiative
US Transportation Secretary Elaine L Chao announces first participants in new automated vehicle initiative to improve safety, testing, and public engagement
SMMT International Automotive Summit Live
16 June 2020
SMMT International Automotive Summit Live
The SMMT International Automotive Summit Live 2020 will be held on Tuesday 23 June. Now in its twelfth year, the event will bring together more than 350 delegates from across the industry, government and the international media
Mercedes – new dieselgate?
15 June 2020
Mercedes – new dieselgate?
Law firm, Pogust, Goodhead, Mousinho, Bianchini & Martins (PGMBM) has filed a claim in the UK against Daimler AG, parent company of Mercedes-Benz
WoW! e-scooters – first two models for Europe autumn 2020
15 June 2020
WoW! e-scooters – first two models for Europe autumn 2020
Italian start-up company WoW! plans autumn 2020 launch for its Model 4 and Model 6 e-scooters
Autonomous vehicles could struggle to eliminate most crashes
15 June 2020
Autonomous vehicles could struggle to eliminate most crashes
Driver error plays a role in virtually all crashes. Automation has been held up as a potential game changer for safety. But autonomous vehicles might prevent only around a third of all crashes, according to a new study from US safety agency IIHS.
Accident claims up 39% in England since lockdown eased
14 June 2020
Accident claims up 39% in England since lockdown eased
Admiral car insurance data reveals accidental damage claims have started to rise since restrictions eased
Virus concerns could see traffic surge
14 June 2020
Virus concerns could see traffic surge
Research finds that there could be more than a million extra cars on the road as a result of Covid-19.
Average miles driven in lockdown down by 60%
13 June 2020
Average miles driven in lockdown down by 60%
Real-time pay-by-mile car insurance provider By Miles has seen a 58% reduction in miles driven since the coronavirus lockdown began, projecting that the average mileage driven by cars in the UK for 2020 will fall to 5,960 miles
Salvage Insight webinar - Weds 17 June at 15:00 BST
12 June 2020
Salvage Insight webinar - Weds 17 June at 15:00 BST
As the global vehicle recycling industry adapts to the 'new normal' following the global Covid-19 pandemic, this webinar could be the first step for vehicle recyclers to understand how their businesses need to change and adapt
CLEPA - realities on the ground are about survival; stakes are very high
12 June 2020
CLEPA - realities on the ground are about survival; stakes are very high
An impressive number of members joined us on-line, for the CLEPA General Assembly last week. A large part of the agenda was allocated to the fall-out of the Covid-19 crisis. What did we learn? Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General from Brussels reports
Deployment of highly automated vehicles unlikely before 2025
12 June 2020
Deployment of highly automated vehicles unlikely before 2025
A new report from Guidehouse Insights projects the size of global and regional markets for light duty consumer and commercial vehicles with highly automated driving (AD) capability through 2030.
Top 10 most popular cars for home delivery
11 June 2020
Top 10 most popular cars for home delivery
The Fiat 500 has proved to be streets ahead of other models when it comes to the vehicle that customers most want dropping off on their driveway followed by the equally compact Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa, reports Motorpoint
Safety concerns over nationwide e-scooter trials
11 June 2020
Safety concerns over nationwide e-scooter trials
Two in three consumers would consider riding an e-scooter to work but 89% say Government's proposed rider rules are unsafe
Telenav and Parkopedia aim to bring stress-free parking services
11 June 2020
Telenav and Parkopedia aim to bring stress-free parking services
Connected-car and location-based parking-services technology firms agree joint project to offer app which finds and pays for on-and off-street parking
UK's leading car buyers call for a new green scrappage scheme
10 June 2020
UK's leading car buyers call for a new green scrappage scheme
The two trade associations representing the UK motor finance and fleet sector have urged Ministers to develop an ambitious car scrappage scheme that tackles air quality, drives EV uptake and encourages more sustainable travel behaviour.
Next generational thinking will be key in realising future mobility
10 June 2020
Next generational thinking will be key in realising future mobility
The Centre for Connected & Autonomous Automotive Research (CCAAR) has asserted that fresh thinking from new automotive industry entrants and innovative academics will play a key role in making it happen.
Impressive line up for Connected Claims Europe Virtual event
10 June 2020
Impressive line up for Connected Claims Europe Virtual event
This fully virtual event will feature insights from leading insurance executives, as well as a Digital Networking Suite and a fully Virtual Exhibition. In order to bring the entire industry together, this event will be completely free-of-charge.
Love 'em or hate 'im - Audi and one special ambassador
09 June 2020
Love 'em or hate 'im - Audi and one special ambassador
An announcement from Audi is a Special One: José Mourinho, one of the greatest football managers of all time, has joined the brand as an Audi ambassador
CAPS users to use Service Certainty to enhance services
09 June 2020
CAPS users to use Service Certainty to enhance services
More than 1,200 bodyshop and 65 work providers claims processors connected through CAPS can now use Service Certainty technology to enhance the level and quality of visual information gathered during the claims process
Ford Fiesta - electrified and upgraded, soon to come
09 June 2020
Ford Fiesta - electrified and upgraded, soon to come
Now available to order with an electrified powertrain for the first time, the Ford Fiesta Titanium with EcoBoost Hybrid from £19,860, will deliver enhanced fuel efficiency, complementing a "fun to drive" experience
Another 14% rise in claims - CAPS report
08 June 2020
Another 14% rise in claims - CAPS report
The latest collision repair industry analysis report from CAPS, for the week ending Friday, 5 June, shows that unique claims have increased by 14% from the previous week's -1% fall back.
Jarvis estimating FOC offer
08 June 2020
Jarvis estimating FOC offer
Jarvis is making its cloud-based estimating solution free of charge to assessors until the end of June
Used car prices firm as consumer demand increases
08 June 2020
Used car prices firm as consumer demand increases
According to the latest data from Auto Trader's Retail Price Index, based on pricing analysis of circa 900,000 vehicles every month, the average price of a used car in May was £13,931. Equating to a 1.9% year-on-year increase.
Accident severity – tell us, is it worse during lockdown?
07 June 2020
Accident severity – tell us, is it worse during lockdown?
Welcome to the new IAEA website! Members – we invite you to take part in our weekly Poll. This week, we want to know if you agree that – with fewer vehicles on the road, accident severity has increased.
Lockdown speeders: a different type of epidemic?
06 June 2020
Lockdown speeders: a different type of epidemic?
'Lockdown speeding' has become an unwelcome by-product of Covid-19 with 20 police forces catching their worst offenders at speeds in excess of 100mph, according to the RAC as part of a freedom of information (FOI) request to British police forces
Audatex to host a week of product support sessions
06 June 2020
Audatex to host a week of product support sessions
Sessions will last no longer than 30 minutes and will touch on core functionality to ensure users of Bodyshop Image Capture, AudaIntel and AudaProfile are are utilising the Audatex suite to its full potential
Euro Car Parts - three packages on offer
05 June 2020
Euro Car Parts - three packages on offer
First a discounted Back to Work Pack (essential cleaning equipment & PPE), also free access to HaynesPro as well as a complimentary12-month subscription to ViewMech
Can old EV batteries help the energy industry?
05 June 2020
Can old EV batteries help the energy industry?
Electric vehicles are a tiny proportion of all cars on the world's roads. Tiny here means 0.5 percent, in absolute numbers, however, this translates into millions, and the number is growing.
Landmark in Volkswagen-Ford global alliance
04 June 2020
Landmark in Volkswagen-Ford global alliance
Volkswagen is investing $2.6bn (£2bn) in Argo AI, a self-driving start-up tightly aligned with Ford. The investment includes a $1bn cash injection while also merging its own $1.6bn autonomous intelligent driving unit into Argo
Post Covid-19 poll - two thirds say no to public transport
04 June 2020
Post Covid-19 poll - two thirds say no to public transport
A new web-based survey by the UK's largest independent car retailer, which has a network of branches across England, Scotland and Wales, found 60.2 per cent of people wouldn't be returning to the buses, trains or trams in the future
Vehicle sanitisation – who should pay?
03 June 2020
Vehicle sanitisation – who should pay?
In a blog on 20 May Audatex Solera reported that Covid-19 extras per repair are, on average, costing repairers £150. Who should pick up the bill?
A Fiat 500 hybrid for less than the cost of a daily commute?
03 June 2020
A Fiat 500 hybrid for less than the cost of a daily commute?
Commuters could now travel to work behind the wheel of a new Fiat 500 1.0-litre Mild Hybrid Lounge for approximately two thirds of the price of the average daily London commute**
High quality automotive micro camera unveiled
03 June 2020
High quality automotive micro camera unveiled
One of world's smallest cameras - CameraCubeChip™ will provide 'best-in-class' imaging performance in total darkness
Autogem adds a multi-use mask to its product range
02 June 2020
Autogem adds a multi-use mask to its product range
Autogem has created its 'gemCare' mask, a triple-layer, reusable anti-bacterial facemask, specifically for its aftermarket customers during the COVID-19 outbreak
Salvage Wire plea to vehicle manufacturers
02 June 2020
Salvage Wire plea to vehicle manufacturers
Every year there are fires in salvage yards across the world, in many cases the cause of the fire is not known but a large number are suspected to have been caused by batteries not being removed
Robotic buses operating on European streets
02 June 2020
Robotic buses operating on European streets
After one and a half years of developing autonomous shuttle solutions, the FABULOS project now has robot buses on the streets of Europe. From spring 2020, three robot bus prototypes are being evaluated in real-life conditions in five European cities.
Slight fall in claims last week
01 June 2020
Slight fall in claims last week
CAPS claims analysis report for week ending 29 May, shows fall of 1% in unique claims
Ghost broker thought to be targeting NHS staff arrested
01 June 2020
Ghost broker thought to be targeting NHS staff arrested
A 25 year old man has been arrested as a result of an investigation led by the City of London Police's Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED), with support from the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB).
Demand for renting private parking spaces soars
31 May 2020
Demand for renting private parking spaces soars
According to ParkLet, there has been a recent surge in demand for private parking rentals in and around city centres as the nation starts slowly returning to work
A huge sense of relief as dealers reopen on 1 June
30 May 2020
A huge sense of relief as dealers reopen on 1 June
A positive message from IMI CEO, Steve Nash, 'It's the next stage in a return to some form of normality, bringing staff back into the workplace, getting customers in and bringing some much-needed liquidity to the industry.'
£2bn pledge to commuting cyclists & pedestrians
30 May 2020
£2bn pledge to commuting cyclists & pedestrians
Grant Shapps has announced a £2 billion package to help more commuters cycle and walk when they return to work after lockdown
Repair and ADAS: challenge or opportunity?
29 May 2020
Repair and ADAS: challenge or opportunity?
A Thatcham webinar that will tackle the impact that ADAS has on the claims industry. An expert panel, including senior figures from insurance and repair, will explain how ADAS has affected their businesses.
Autoglym launches new sanitiser range
29 May 2020
Autoglym launches new sanitiser range
There are two new products aimed at keeping drivers, cars and automotive sector workers clean, safe and protected from germs and bacteria - Autoglym Hand Sanitiser and Autoglym Anti-Bacterial Multi-Surface Sanitiser
Electric charging point availability across UK is patchy
29 May 2020
Electric charging point availability across UK is patchy
Electric car drivers face a postcode lottery on public charging as the lack of 'on-street' infrastructure threatens to pull the plug on the uptake of ultra-low emissions vehicles, according to UK manufacturer of home charge points Andersen
Staycations prompt demand for caravans
29 May 2020
Staycations prompt demand for caravans
Auto Trader has reported that on its digital marketplace, views of caravan adverts increased by 18% last week and views of motorhomes adverts increased 17%, compared to the previous year
Copart upskilling programme continues
28 May 2020
Copart upskilling programme continues
Copart investment in training reaches landmark with 90% of its 76-strong engineering force now either fully qualified or studying towards AQP standard, ATA VDA or IMI NVQ VDA 3/4 qualifications
RWC Training Centre reopens in June
28 May 2020
RWC Training Centre reopens in June
RWC Training Centre is resuming its portfolio of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and electric vehicle (EV) training courses from Monday, 1 June
Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric – UK orders being taken
28 May 2020
Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric – UK orders being taken
The first of Volvo's five fully electric cars to be launched over the next five years, capable of travelling more than 249 miles on a single charge comes to the UK in 2021.
Andy Hutchins retires from Thatcham
27 May 2020
Andy Hutchins retires from Thatcham
Anyone who has trained at Thatcham over the last 40 years will have met, or recognise Andy's smiling face - a much-loved figure at Thatcham Research who has held several roles from being a mechanic, team instructor and a senior technical trainer.
AB Dynamics announces specialised testing division
27 May 2020
AB Dynamics announces specialised testing division
As the trend towards ever more complex vehicles grows, automotive test system company AB Dynamics has has enhanced its service offer
Aviva appoints George Culmer as Non-Executive Chairman
27 May 2020
Aviva appoints George Culmer as Non-Executive Chairman
George will take on the role with effect from the 27th May 2020. He succeeds Sir Adrian Montague who will retire from the Board on 31st May 2020
Aston Martin Lagonda - Tobias Moers, new chief executive
27 May 2020
Aston Martin Lagonda - Tobias Moers, new chief executive
The AML board has announced the appointment of Tobias Moers, as Chief Executive Officer. Tobias, 54, will take over from Dr Andy Palmer on 1 August 2020.
Claims volumes increase
26 May 2020
Claims volumes increase
CAPS claims analysis report for week ending 22 May, shows an increase of 14%
Faster triage for bodyshops
26 May 2020
Faster triage for bodyshops
Audatex Image Capture enables bodyshops and insurers to see images of a vehicles condition before it arrives and throughout a repair.

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