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RAC ditches QA scheme

THE RAC is pulling out of quality assurance certification after a major review of its operations. The organisation decided its two-year-old ISO 9000 accreditation business for the automotive industry was not core to its activities and will cease operation on October 1.

The British Standards Institution Quality Assurance division will take over certification services for the 400 companies currently using RAC QA. Around 10 fleet operators are believed to be currently undertaking RAC QA accredited schemes, including daily rental company United Kenning.

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