AutoProtect shares best practice alongside Theresa May in The Parliamentary Review

Date: Fri 12th October 2018   |   Author: Vince Brand | Google+

AutoProtect appears prominently in the latest Parliamentary Review publication championing best practice in the motor retailing. It is a move that AutoProtect MD Wil Beaumont views as a necessary and high profile move to improve political and consumer perceptions of the industry; he notes;

“Regulation, digitisation and above all the consumer are ensuring that the motor retailing and vehicle usage experience are changing at an unprecedented pace. As in other areas of retailing, these are creating other disruptive channels, but I believe passionately that the right level of disruption can and is coming from within the traditional sector. We all have a duty to promote positive change and enhance the reputation of the market; we are proud to be doing just that.”

AutoProtect’s latest lobbying campaigning sees the business sharing its perspectives and insights to champion the specialist insurance services available through motor retailers. It does this alongside other businesses and public sector bodies, all working to encourage best practice and inform the publication’s high calibre reader base. Central to AutoProtect’s voice is a call to the industry to keep creating new standards in the insurance products, processes and services offered by motor retailers to customers.

“It is all about driving up standards’” notes Beaumont, concluding; “Our message is centred upon the importance of a Values-led approach to business. Success in an ever-changing environment will be centred upon the customer’s buying experience in the showroom and through their car usage journey. The challenge for all of us in this market is to be the people and brands that car buyers trust most to meet their needs through both of these. This is a long-term play and most commonly we believe success will be centred upon service more than price.”


The Parliamentary Review publication is independently owned by Westminster Publications Ltd. This allows the publication to remain non-partisan, and as such grants the freedom to our representatives to praise and criticise government policy against the comparatively blank canvas of the document, which takes no official stance. Alongside these voices that represent different sectors, each year notable politicians and senior figures related to the relevant industry lend their perspective and insight to The Parliamentary Review. The result is a multifaceted and cohesive picture of the country.