NFDA has launched ‘NFDA Service Plans’ for franchised dealers. Working with EMaC as its service plan provider it will underline the importance of quality in the aftersales experience for consumers and help dealers to leverage an unrivalled support programme.

Sue Robinson, Director of the NFDA said, “The franchised dealer experience is all about quality and in EMaC; we recognised the value of their holistic support capabilities and expertise. At the point of sale they can help our members to drive sales, whilst post sale their extensive resources are proven to lighten the administrative load for dealers.

"In a changing marketplace, we see service plans as a highly appropriate point of sale product that at its best drives retention, absorption and customer satisfaction.”

Commenting on the new plans EMaC CEO Angela Barrow said, “We are delighted to be working with the NFDA; already the preparation for launch has demonstrated a real meeting of minds. Quality matters.

“The challenge of success with a service plan programme is often the increased administration workload. We handle in excess of 3500 customer contacts every day on behalf of dealers. We are enabling dealers to focus on the face-to-face customer experience without having to invest in further resources.”

The NFDA programme is available for its Dealer members from the 1 October 2014

For more information, contact Stephen Latham, NFDA Senior Operations Manager on 07515 975157 or


NOTES TO EDITORS: Please click here to download a PDF booklet with more details of the NFDA Service Plans from EMac.

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The Retail Motor Industry represents the interests of operators in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man providing sales and services to motorists and businesses. The RMI has a formal association with the independent Scottish Motor Trade Association which represents the retail motor industry in Scotland.