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GOLDEN GREATS.

TRUST is a big word in the motor industry. The majority of us know so little about the technology in our cars, so we have to trust the mechanics who look after them.

That's why events such as the Golden Garages competition are important - where you nominate and vote for the best service and repair business in the country.

Organised by Motor Codes, the selfregulatory body that oversees the activity of more than 6500 service and repair centres across the UK, the Golden Garages competition is well under-way.

Five Scottish centres have already been nominated for excellence, but it's your vote that will decide the outcome.

And by voting, you also have the chance to win a Porsche Driving Experience.

All you have to do is log on to www.goldengarages.co.uk and vote. The garages awaiting your vote are: Seat dealers, W. Livingston, Uddingston, Glasgow and Rutherford Seat, in Earlston in the Borders, also Grierson and Graham of Dumfries, The West End Garage, Broughty Ferry and North Road Garage, Kelty, Fife.

Chris Mason, the driving force behind Motor Codes and MD, said: "Levels of garage expertise, quality and service have never been better, but finding these businesses that offer highstandards, excellent customer service and a stress-free experience can be difficult. Golden Garages changes that by highlighting the best of the best."

Golden Garages judge, Mike Brewer said: "I hear from motorists every month who want to find a garage they can trust.

"Motor Codes and the Golden Garages competition, is providing that service.

"We need to get behind the garages that do good , honest business so that getting your car seen to isn't a pot luck ordeal."
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 11, 2011
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