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To really appreciate the benefits of owning an electric vehicle you need to get up close and experience one for yourself. That’s why we teamed up with Audi UK and JCT Lincoln to host an interactive event introducing a range of Audi EVs to our customers and people in our local area.
The Motor Source Group team traded tyres for oars. On the 18th of June we attended the Dragon Boat Festival 2022, making a big splash both on the water and at our stall.
Fuel prices have a nasty habit of going up when we’d least like them to. One thing we can do to help ourselves is make wiser choices when it comes to buying cars. With more information at hand than ever before, you can literally make that cost go further.
Motor Source Group parent company, Forces Cars Direct, have been named as one of only 11 organisations in the East Midlands to receive the Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Award for outstanding support towards the Armed Forces community.
Officially sanctioned by the FA, the Motor Source Emergency Services Football League is the only nationwide football competition that brings together our Emergency services in a competitive, flexible Football league.
The Chairman of the Defence Select Committee in Parliament has recognised the great support and service offered to our key workers, including Emergency Services and military personnel.
Teamed up with his brothers, Motor Source Sales Advisor Lewis Chapman donned his running gear and set out to run the distance of 20 marathons in just one month in support of mental health charity Mind.
A Chesterfield schoolgirl is helping to spread love to our key workers and communities with a special, personalised, window display, thanking key workers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The ESFL (Emergency Services Football League) brings together the emergency services of the UK in a competitive, flexible league – the only one of its kind in the UK. Motor Source Group are proud to be title sponsors of this league, working to improve the health and wellbeing of those serving in the UK’s emergency services.
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