Garage Equipment from Gott Technical Services

Monthly Archives: May 2013

  • The Weekly Roundup

    In our top story this week, the National Franchised Dealer Association is calling for increased awareness of careers in the automotive retail industry. Despite a range of aspirational, well-paid roles on offer in the industry, future career prospects in marketing, digital, customer services and engineering are not advocated as well...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    This week’s headline story reports that, according to CAP, new cars are facing heavier depreciation as they go out of style quicker than they did 30 years ago. This has both positive and negative connotations for the industry as people look more often to buy up-to-date models while making older...
  • Product Feature - Rotary SPO65M

    Here are some photos of our latest Rotary SPO65M 2 post lift installation. This is a fantastic 2 post lift with a huge 6.5 tonne lifting capacity. Description: A huge lift designed for lifting the largest vans including long wheel base Mercedes Sprinters and VW Crafters. Features Benefits Electro-hydraulic operation...
  • Gateshead College Competition

    A competition for Gateshead College students set by Gott Technical Services culminated in a presentation and a visit to one of the winning students taking up their placement prize in a North East dealership. [wpvideo 21oTX6IM] The automotive design competition saw students across all year groups at the college’s Academy...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    Our top story looks at the headlines around the possible petrol fixing by major companies for a decade. If evidence comes out from raids of BP and Shell London offices, motorists could have paid thousands too much for their fuel as a result of dramatic rises in petrol prices since...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    This week’s top story raises the subject of Block Exemption Regulation (BER) changes due to come into force in June. Dealers are being encouraged to see the benefits of the proposed legislation and use it to strengthen relationships with car-makers rather than treating it with caution. Also this week, AM...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    Our top story in this week’s roundup urges dealers to take web leads just as serious as walk-in customers. There is a tendency to digitally discriminate against online customers despite the fact that they are showing their commitment to buying a car in the same vein as visiting a dealership...

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