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Don't waste energy

Published on 10 Oct 2018

Over the summer I attended a conference which asked how consumers can be incentivised to take up electric vehicles. Superficially, it is a reasonable question to pose given the ongoing

Inspiring the industry's future

Published on 10 Oct 2018

More years ago than I care to remember (or admit to), I gained my first taste of the motor industry through a summer job delivering parts for a large manufacturer-owned

T for trouble

Published on 3 Sep 2018

The idea of any educational reform being straightforward and uncontroversial is quixotic in the extreme; however, T-levels (pages 36-37) seem to have been particularly bedevilled by problems. One such was

IMI on emission

Published on 3 Sep 2018

The Department for Transport (DfT) recently published a paper entitled ‘Reducing emissions from road transport: The Road to Zero Strategy’. I am delighted to report that this document includes a

Coming to a street near you

Published on 11 Jul 2018

At first, the reasons for parodying Apocalypse Now on this issue’s front cover went no deeper than the fact it worked well with the feature heading ‘Autonomous Now’ and hopefully

Delivering diversity

Published on 11 Jul 2018

Diversity is a hot issue right now. I have recently been to a number of meetings on the subject and it is impressive to see the extent of the measures

Surveying the survey

Published on 13 Jun 2018

You don’t have to share the observational prowess of Sherlock Holmes to notice that survey production has mushroomed in recent years. Of course surveys are not a new fad; they

Recognising the professionals

Published on 13 Jun 2018

The main feature this issue focuses on independent garages. As someone whose background is solidly on the franchised and manufacturer side of the business it might be assumed that I

Taking the lead

Published on 17 May 2018

In Tolstoy’s magnum opus, War and Peace, he devotes much of the epilogue to discussing the boundaryless gravitational pull exerted by the French emperor Napoleon. Despite possessing a stature so

A jumbled picture

Published on 17 May 2018

It’s now a year since the apprenticeship levy was introduced and the Institute for Apprenticeships (AFI) – the body that oversees the new apprentice standards – came into being. During


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