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BVRLA endorses fair wear and tear course

A TRAINING course that shows how to identify unacceptable vehicle damage at the end of a contract has been accredited by the BVRLA.

The one-day Fair Wear and Tear training course run by Manheim Inspection Services explains how to reduce or avoid charges at the end of contract, how to audit fleets mid-contract, how to identify unacceptable damage and how to recommend the most cost-effective repairs.

Roy Snape, Manheim Inspection Services training manager, said: ‘This is a prestigious and welcome recognition of the work which has gone into producing the training sessions. We are looking to provide information relating to fair wear and tear using guidelines issued by the BVRLA with the aim of reducing costs and eliminating the need for arbitration resulting from misinterpretation.’

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