The Motor Industry Code of Practice for Service and Repair is an assurance of quality. As an authorised subscriber Trident Honda has committed to an open, fair and responsible way of doing business.
Friday, 8 February 2013
Trident is a family business and we strive to provide an outstanding level of customer service. Not just words, but something different, better, more caring.
Today the voting opens for the Motor Codes Garage of the Year competition, so please do consider visiting the site and voting for us.Continue Reading
Friday, 14 December 2012
Trident has supported Motor Codes since its inception. Motor Codes is the government-backed, self-regulatory body for the motor industry and its voluntary membership of thousands of garages are all committed to maintaining high standards across new car sales, service and repair and vehicle warranties.Continue Reading
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
Motoring consumer champion, Motor Codes, has launched a national campaign to make the country's garages better by gathering feedback from customers. As part of the campaign, those providing feedback could win up to £500 against the cost of their last service or repair.
Chris Mason, Motor Codes director, explains:Continue Reading
Monday, 23 August 2010
Independent research published today by Which? shows that in just two years of operation, automotive consumer champion Motor Codes is already making significant progress in raising service and repair standards in UK garages.
The research highlights that Motor Codes garages performed significantly better than non-Code subscribed service centres, spotting almost 20% more faults in tests set out by the consumer watchdog.Continue Reading
Tuesday, 23 September 2008
Trident Honda has joined Motor Codes - the Motor Industry Codes of Practice scheme, one of the first dealer groups to sign up when first announced to the trade in March of this year.
As part of industry backing in the fight against rip-off garages the Motor Industry Codes of Practice scheme is a robust new code of practice to improve the standards of garages across the country, addressing complaints which cost consumers an estimated £4billion a year.
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