With the explosion of online delivery services and digital consumerism, now is the time to invest in new commercial fleets to take advantage of this burgeoning market.
Whilst some fleet companies have managed to remain buoyant over the past few months, others may have seen a slowdown in business.
With so much change happening all around us, many are looking to do something for ourselves. If you have knowledge and experience of the motor repair business, setting up your own workshop or mobile business could be the break you need.
It’s one of Henry Ford’s most famous quotes, when asked about the about the Model T he replied: “Any customer can have a car painted any colour that he wants, so long as it is black.”
It’s often regarded as one of the less glamourous sides of the motor trade business, but vehicle repossessions and bailiff work are necessary occupations even in times when the national economy is financially stable.
The reopening of shops, bars and restaurants means taxi and minibus drivers can finally get back to business.
Depending on your motor trade business, it’s likely you have taken out liability insurance as part of your policy to protect you against claims for personal injury or property damage by third parties or employees.
With so many cars, vans and commercial vehicles having lain idle during the summer months, the market revival will bring with it an inundation of vehicles requiring test and assessment.