The Institute of the Motor Industry wants the U.K. government to license the automotive retail sector, saying vehicle technology has reached a level where regulation is necessary to ensure automotive technicians are competent – for the safety of motorists. In a new lobbying campaign, IMI will tell members of Parliament new consumer research shows more than 70% of voters think technicians in the motor industry already are required to hold a license to practice. IMI’s aim is to ...

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