Cost of living crisis makes finance initiatives the way to go says ERCS

Published:  04 April, 2022

With the cost of living crisis hitting households across the country, Eurorepar Car Service (ERCS) has suggested that offering a wider variety of payment options will enable garages to help their customers manage the cost of servicing and repairs.

Last year, the network launched the ERCS Payment Plan, adding to its Drive Now Pay Later initiative and offering customers ‘three ways to pay’. According to Nick Taylor, Head of Network & Business Development for Eurorepar Car Service, these payment options could offer a much-needed lifeline for to motorists: “We are always looking at ways to improve our network for the benefit of our members and their customers. When we launched the ERCS Service Plan, the aim was to do just that – offering motorists a flexible, affordable way to manage their repair bills, and giving our members another means of revenue growth.”

“The motor trade has shown time and time again that it can evolve and adapt to meet consumer needs. As a network, we believe that an important evolution in motor trade finance and payment options needs to happen now.”

As well as providing garages with the opportunity to increase their revenue by earning £20 commission on every plan sold, The ERCS Payment Plan offers customers with a flexible monthly payment plan that allows them to spread the cost of their next two services and MOTs via direct debit. The plan can be purchased by customers at any participating ERCS centre or online at:

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