Motors.co.uk looking for 'specialist' automobile dealerships.
DEALER professionals are being advised to put themselves forward for a brand-new consumerservice introduced by Motors.co.uk.
The vehicle search network has just recently revealed the 'Ask a Specialist' page on its website andis trying to find additional automotive experts to add to the panel of industry leaders.
The very first stage of the ingenious service offers car-buying suggestions on everything from jargonbreaking to test-driving tips.
A series http://www.iol.co.za/motoring of videos has actually been created to assist consumers makean informed choice, including talking heads from some of the finest in business. It likewise includesa list of frequently-asked concerns and a http://motortradeinsuranceinsider.yolasite.com/ helpful,downloadable, detailed buying guide to help motorists on their car-buying trip.
Following an effective launch in February, the service is preparing to enter its 2nd phase,concentrated on offering customers with professional suggestions on selling, part-exchanging ortrading in their car.
Andy Coulthurst (visualized), handling director of Motors.co.uk, said: 'The goal of our Ask aSpecialist service is to make purchasing and selling an automobile as satisfying and stress-free aspossible.
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'We want to assist consumers make the right, notified decision and have a one-stop information basefor everything they require to know so they can get the best offer offered. We vehicle have actuallyhad great feedback on the service and are now looking to broaden our pool of professionals, so if youwant to share your ideas in our next video series, get in touch.'.
The invitation is open to leaders of dealerbusinesses, whether they be independent, afranchised dealer group or single outlet.