4 Ways to Make the Most out of your Motor Fleet

Image of Motor FleetAs a motor fleet manager you need to spend a considerable amount of time and money building up a range of vehicles which will enable your company to complete day to day tasks. Having a well organised fleet of vehicles is essential for all businesses to provide their customers with the best service possible, ultimately securing repeat business and success.

However, running a fleet of vehicles is not always easy, and without proper organisation your fleet could even start costing you money. So how can you make the most out of your fleet? QuoteSearcher provides 4 handy tips: (more…)

Car Dealers Warned against Sub-Standard Second Hand Vehicles

Image of cars in flood waterOver the past few years second hand car sales have increased considerably, mainly due to the fact that the recession has led to less people being able to afford new cars. The reputation of second hand vehicles has also improved, as people now see them as a more economic option than buying a brand new vehicle that will decrease in value in a short period of time.

Part of the reason that the reputation of second hand cars has improved is that car dealers have been actively promoting their reliability and dispelling previous concerns that a vehicle which has been previously owned may be prone to breaking down or have undisclosed issues. Some of the most well-known car manufacturers, along with dealers throughout the UK, have also started offering their customers warranties and other after sales packages with their second hand models in order to improve sales. (more…)

Win a Cadbury Bars and Beers Hamper!

QuoteSearcher February CompetitionWe’ve decided to take a stand against Valentine’s Day at QuoteSearcher, as we feel that motor traders often get overlooked! That’s why we are treating one lucky winner to a Cadbury Bars and Beers set, so you can kick back, relax and enjoy a mountain of chocolate. (more…)

Is the Motor Trade Recession Over?

Roll of MoneyAnyone in the motor trade industry will tell you that the last few years have been more difficult than most, as the financial crisis of 2008 hit the motor trade especially hard. Not only are new vehicles typically one of the first luxuries to go when money gets tight, but the explicitly financial nature of the downturn meant that even those who were hoping to purchase a new car or van were unable to get credit.

Of course, as soon as sales in the motor trade industry start to turn downwards, so do subsidiary products. Sadly, many motor traders had to fold outright and others were forced to push the limits of what they were spending. However, there are signs that the market is improving, and here QuoteSearcher investigates: (more…)

Picking the Right type of Taxi Insurance for your Business

Row of coloured taxisAt QuoteSearcher we specialise in helping customers find competitively priced taxi insurance policies, and as we work with a large amount of specialist brokers we are sure you can find one that is right for your business. However, how do you know which type of taxi insurance policy to start looking for? Depending on the size and type of your taxi company you will need a certain type of policy, and here we look at the different ones available: (more…)

Would you pay for Customers to Travel to your Restaurant?

Google's Driverless CarPetrol prices and the cost of public transportation are on the rise, while at the same time most people are struggling with the cost of living. This is one of the reasons why many establishments are seeing a decline in customers, as a night out not only depends on the amount you spend in your chosen establishment but also the cost of travel. This is why Google has come up with a plan to get businesses to start paying for their customers to be transported to their premises. Sounds like a crazy idea? See how Google thinks it would work: (more…)