Monthly Archives: September 2013

  • Training on Vehicle Lifts

    Before allowing your employees to operate the lift they must understand the information provided in all manuals supplied by the lift manufacturer and be fully trained by the lift manufacturer or the supplier of the equipment. The guide can also be used as a generic training aid to provide knowledge...
  • Gott Guides: Mary-Alice Stewart

    Mary-Alice was born in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland but moved to Northumberland 10 years ago. She is married & has 1 daughter, 2 step sons & an adorable little grandson. She enjoys spending time with her friends who are from all over the country but especially loves travelling to hot, sunny...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    Franchised dealers and independent garages are charging less for service, maintenance and repair work than they did 12 months ago. Increased competition from fast fits, aggressive carmaker loyalty programmes and price savvy motorists are among the reasons behind the price fall. Holding on to or giving up your driving licence...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    The 130-car pile up on the A249 Sheppey crossing in Kent earlier this month is a stark reminder of the dangers of driving in fog. The AA have put forward proposals to the Government suggesting that a mandatory motorway lesson would be a good place to start educating new drivers about...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    A collaborative project in North East England is developing an innovative solution to the problem of successfully exploiting the potential of used batteries from electric vehicles. The venture explores the possibility of harnessing power in EV batteries as energy storage in a domestic or workplace environment, either for charging vehicles...
  • Installation Terms & Conditions

    Whenever anybody asks us to install new equipment we want the installation to be as hassle-free as possible, but we need your help.  Please read: To complete the installation of your new equipment without delay or disruption it is essential that your site is properly prepared before our engineer arrives...
  • The Weekly Roundup

    This week’s top story looks at the possibility of cars being fitted with devices that can automatically apply the brakes if you’re going over the speed limit, meaning that no car in the UK would be allowed to travel faster than 70mph – the speed limit on motorways. In other...

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