Morris Lubricants ambassador Rebecca Jackson offers a guiding hand to car buying in new TV series

Published:  26 September, 2018

Morris Lubricants ambassador Rebecca Jackson is presenting Modern Wheels or Classic Steals, a new series on TV channel Dave where, together with Elo King (the owner and founder of The London Motor Museum), she will guide confused buyers to find their ideal car, whether it be a contemporary vehicle or a vintage ride.

“I’m very excited to have a show on Dave!” says Rebecca. “Shooting 20 episodes was a lot of fun, Dave is a great channel, and I can't wait to see the results of our hard work.”

This year has been very busy for Rebecca. “It's been a great year so far, and I have very much enjoyed working with all the different companies in the Rebecca Racer family of brands,” she commented. “As well as events with Morris Lubricants, I have shot car and road safety videos with Pertemps Driver Training, M6 Toll videos and am working with Tropic Soul promoting healthy tropical smoothies. I've also shot a large proportion of the 40 video reviews I am doing for 'What Car?”

Rebecca  added: “I have very much enjoyed working with Morris Lubricants so far. I love seeing the logo on my race cars, thoroughly enjoyed giving the talk at Automechanika Birmingham and it was great to take part in a charity event showing off Modern Herbie. We still have lots more that we are doing as well.”

Modern Wheels or Classic Steals is on Mondays at 8pm on Dave and available to catch-up on UKTV Play.

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