MG Nottingham is Opening Doors

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MG Nottingham is Opening Doors

MG Nottingham has implemented increased protection against COVID-19 so that their customers can still buy cars without the fear of catching the disease that is shutting down much of the rest of the country.

The family run business, and sister company to Vehicle Procurements, has installed a set of new automatic doors to their showroom so that no-one has to risk catching COVID by touching doors just to get in to talk to staff, see the latest cars or offers and sign documents. This is, of course, in addition to existing precautions such as hand sanitisers, PPE for staff and disinfecting all cars between viewings.

In a gesture of support for local business, Tom Randall MP visited today to open the new showroom in a socially distanced outdoor ceremony. The Gedling Conservative MP has been a supporter of both MG Nottingham and Vehicle Procurements since visiting to find out more about electric cars, their impact on the community and how the Government can accelerate the growth of the infrastructure required fulfil its aim of no fossil fuelled car sales by 2030.

Directors Malcolm Ledgar and Mark Campbell would like to thank not only Tom Randall MP, but also Peak Aluminium Systems Ltd of Nottingham for carrying out the installation so efficiently. And as if all of this wasn’t enough, Malcolm and Mark have made sure that every car sold comes with a complimentary reusable aluminium bottle of hand sanitiser!