Will the auto repair sector see a delayed response to Covid-19?

The spread of Covid-19, better known as coronavirus, has dominated the news agenda for well over a month now, with many economists now turning their attention to the macroeconomic damage that will be caused by the outbreak.

The automotive sector looks particularly vulnerable due to its heavy reliance on the Chinese manufacturing industry and, since Jaguar Land Rover admitted that it was resorting to flying electronic parts into the UK in suitcases due to supply chain shortages, we’ve been getting enquiries from brokers concerned about how the UK auto repair industry may be affected by the virus.

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​From crushed sedans to blown-up sportscars, Bond better have decent insurance

This week cinemagoers, auto enthusiasts and no doubt many of our brokers will have heard the disappointing news that the new James Bond movie, ‘No Time To Die’, has been postponed for seven months due to the ever-growing impact of coronavirus. Fortunately, Alan Bradbury, Licensed to Underwrite at ERS, is here to save the day sharing the Bond cars we remember best...

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​​In Conversation with Alan Bradbury: Underwriting the Classics

We recently sat down with Alan Bradbury, ERS Senior Underwriter for bespoke motors and a self-professed petrol-head, to chat about 2020 market trends. Alan tells us about the latest in classic car investment patterns, the impact of social influencers on buying trends and the vehicles he thinks are most likely to become future classics.

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