There are a number of ways you can engage with The Motor Ombudsman this year. From webinars, to seminars, as well as meeting us at external exhibitions.

Take a look at the latest events below.


Annual Automotive Law Update event

On Tuesday, 24th May,  The Motor Ombudsman and Radius Law, the provider of legal services to the motor industry, are coming together to host their Annual Automotive Law Update event.

We all know the automotive sector is undergoing rapid change, with developments to the retail model, the shift to EVs and changes to regulation and each change is either driven by the law or has legal and compliance consequences.

This annual industry event will unpack these issues, explaining how they are likely to impact your business and the changes that you may wish to consider.

Find out more and register here

UK Garage and Bodyshop Event

The Motor Ombudsman is excited to be partnering with the  UK Garage and Bodyshop Event, the UK’s dedicated event serving the latest training, technology and tools to the nation’s garages and bodyshops.

Taking place at Birmingham’s NEC from 8-9 June, the UK Garage and Bodyshop Event, presented by Automechanika Birmingham, provides the first opportunity for the industry to meet face-to-face on this scale since 2019, and get hands-on, learn, network and prepare for the fast-evolving landscape of the automotive industry.

The event is set to welcome over 100 leading suppliers showcasing the latest products and working methods across servicing, collision repair, diagnostics, paint and refinishing. With 60+ training sessions, a hardcopy training guide and free business advice from experts in their field, the event offers the opportunity for upskilling and learning tips and techniques to take back to the workshop.

Free tickets are available here.

Webinar: Electric vehicles & the biggest areas of consumer complaints

As the sale of new Electric Vehicles are increasing year on year, The Motor Ombudsman has identified the key areas of consumer dissatisfaction in relation to Electric Vehicles in 2021. Our recent study has shown that issues encountered at the point of sale, and the customer service received post-purchase, were the leading reasons for consumers bringing an electric vehicle (EV)-related complaint to The Motor Ombudsman last year.

Find out more and register here