RMI to launch own garage code

Just what the industry needs? Another garage code, this time from the RMI to be rolled out

Published:  16 March, 2011

FOLLOWING the glut of workshop schemes being started or rebranded in recent years, the Retail Motor Industry (RMI) has announced its intention to start a garage code of its own.

/>The initiative is to be called Trust My Garage. Speaking at a gala dinner hosted by the RMI on the 21st October, Paul Williams, chairman of the organisation, said: “This is not just another code in competition with other codes, but rather an opportunity for our members to take onboard our aspirations for consumer service.R

/>Williams added that there will inevitably be conflict with existing schemes: “The RMI is supportive of the Motor Codes initiative and give Chris (Mason) and his people all the support we can. However we believe, as a trade body, we need to do more, and that is exactly what the RMI is doing with its new ‘consumer initiative’, which you will see very short

/>Williams added that the roll-out will happen over the coming wee

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