20 December 2021 | David Young
Motofix Group has underpinned its partnership with LV=GI by adding EVs at its LV= GI approved sites
This move furthers its strategic recognition of hybrid and electric vehicles as a key factor for change in the industry over the coming months and years.
Motofix Group chairman Richard Tutt said: "We believe the changes already underway prior to the pandemic will happen more quickly, with particular emphasis on the switch to electric and autonomous vehicles.
"Those that are equipped to handle the complexity of modern vehicle design will be best positioned to service future repair demand and we embraced EV learning early on, with some of our technicians being the first to be trained on this changing technology in the UK.".
Michael Golding, LV= network manager added: "Motofix have always been a proactive partner for us and these additions to their courtesy car fleet is testament to our shared vision of what we need to offer to our policyholders. Electric vehicles are going to play a big part in the future of motoring in the UK and it's vital that we recognise our customers' needs and have mobility solutions that are aligned to their own eco-friendly approach to owning a car.
Tutt concluded: "The Motofix team have a clear vision for the future and will continue investing in our people, facilities and equipment so we remain at the forefront of repairers equipped and ready for the changing vehicle repairs demands that we are seeing.
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