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Unicom Wins Again In Car Dealer Power Awards 2021!

Each year the Car Dealer Power Awards celebrate the best businesses and products that the motor trade industry has to offer; these awards are highly prestigious, as they reflect the views of the trade professionals themselves, rather than public voting, and are the only awards handed out by this group.

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National Highways Uses Minecraft

Schoolteachers are now using a version of Minecraft, the best-selling video game of all time, to inspire a new generation of ‘talented engineers and scientists’. The idea is to give any budding James Dyson, Dame Sarah Gilbert or Isambard Kingdom Brunel, access to a sandbox game environment in which classroom students can explore real-life National Highways Road projects.

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What Happened to the Handbrake?

Whether you work in the motor trade industry; or not, you’ll probably be aware that automatic gearboxes have been around for quite some time. It may even come as a bit of a surprise if you haven’t driven a new car for a while, as so much has changed in such a short space of time, automation has spring up everywhere you look on a motor vehicle.

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New Schumacher Film Out in September

If you have a passion for sport, cars, racing, TV, or anything to do the motor trade industry, then you will be interested to know about a brand-new documentary film which will soon streaming on Netflix about Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher. Fully supported by Schumacher’s family, it looks in detail at the life of the seven-time champion driver showing unseen footage, interviews, and home videos, a must see for any F1 racing fan.

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EU Preventing Motor Trade from Using Cheap Parts

Drivers could face increasing repair costs if the Government does not overrule new European Union legislation. Some companies from the motor trade that supply all types of vehicle parts are requesting the UK government veto new proposals that could set the average driver back an extra £100 a year on garage repairs.

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