If you've driven part our Poole branch lately you will have seen some significant demolition work taking place. Having purchased the proper
If you’ve ever explored finance options before then you’ve probably come across a lot of different terms; hire purchase (HP), Personal Contract Purchase (PCP), Personal Contract Hire, Lease Purchase, Finance Lease, Business Leasin
What are the most common MOT failures?
So, you are about to book your next MOT but did you know that around 50% of MOT failure points are completely avoidable? Gov.uk states that 40% of vehicles fail their MOT test first time round, with the majority being simple f
Who wants an expensive repair right before
We know how difficult it can be, buying your next vehicle from a business you may not know, from a salesperson you’ve just met. It’s a big step, whether you are spending £5,000 or £50,000, and car purchases
Dorset's oldest family run motor dealership has been recognised in the 2015 Dorset Business Awards. At a glitzy Gala Awards ceremony held at the Bournemouth International Centre, Norman Motors was announced as a finalist in the Princecroft Willis Family Business Award.
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We are delighted to welcome Abby to the Norman Motors Service Desk. Abby is our new Service Adviser working with Nick and the team.
Handling customer enquiries, parts ordering and billing, Abby is also liaising with customers front of house on the service desk and handling tele
Norman Motors has commissioned a local PR and communications specialist to assist them with their marketing and communications strategies. Looking at ways to enhance communications with existing clients and promoting to a wider audience, David Norman has chosen Julie-Anne Houldey at Lime Tree Communications to provide freelance support.
Julie-Anne said, “At Lime
The devastation of Typhoon Haiyan which tore a path of destruction over 100 miles wide through the central Philippines led to an emergency appeal being launched by the Disasters Emergency Committee.
In Dorset, our local newspapers the Daily Echo, Bournemouth and the Dorset Echo joined forces to launch a local collection point to help those affected.
Having read of the a