Damaged goods

Thatcham ATA techs get regular supply of salvaged motors from bluecycle.com

Published:  06 November, 2007

/>Candidates are tested on a variety of topics including salvage categorisation and the accuracy of repair time estimates for vehicles with a range of damage including light panel, paint and component dam

/>Piers Wilson, head of market development for bluecycle, said: "bluecycle supports this initiative, as accurate repair methodology and timings are vital to ensure that vehicles are accurately assessed as either worth repairing or a total loss and are then correctly categorise

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