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IAAF’s new website

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The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has introduced a revised website, which highlights its activities in the trade, progress following lobbying efforts and its range of member-only benefits.

The website at www.iaaf.co.uk will allow IAAF members to access the latest association news and inform visitors of the most recent lobbying activities, including recent work on MOT testing proposals and communication with Vauxhall over Zafira fires.

“We will regularly update the website to ensure members remain up-to-speed with developments crucial to the success of their business. The new website also provides us with a professional platform to connect more directly with members and allows us to work with them to promote their business and the independent aftermarket as a whole.” Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive

A ‘members only’ section will include useful material on services including its Alternative Dispute Resolution scheme and free legal helpline.

www.iaaf.co.uk

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