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Progress continues to be made with Project Response, an initiative designed to help Uniformed Public, Electronics and Mechanic students at Bracknell and Workingham College. We use our enclosed car transportation knowledge to transport a blue Peaugeot 206 to the grounds and helped the College avoid any tax, MOT and insurance issues. Since the last update in April, further milestones have improved the quality of the programme and car.
Various donations, most notably a grant of £250 from Winkfield Parish Council, have helped the College secure £420 that has been sent on the car and new equipment. In April the students received two stab proof vests worth £800 from Safeguard Armour. The vests were used alongside the car for roleplaying and training sessions to demonstrate the weight and restrictions placed on police offers despite the protection they offer.
It’s only a few days into May and our car transportation team has been hard at work transporting 2 Suzuki Celerios up and down the country. The tour is taking place throughout the month so there’s plenty of opportunity to marvel at these sleek and robust vehicles. The cars are being delivered to shopping centres around the UK where customers are welcome to admire and touch the brand new models.
The 2015 Commercial Vehicle show took place at the NEC Birmingham Arena on the 14th to the 16th April. The exhibition caused car enthusiasts to flock from all over the country, with commercial vehicle operators and industry suppliers meeting. The show has been established for over a decade, providing valuable sourcing opportunities and this year was no different.
In February, Ontime Automotive helped out Bracknall and Workingham College by using our expertise in enclosed car transportation and transporting a blue Peaugeot 206 to the grounds as part of the ‘Project Response’ initiative, designed to help Uniformed Public Service, Electronics and Mechanics students. With Ontime’s aid they were able to avoid any tax, MOT and insurance issues. Since then the project has flourished with a number of activities and sponsors geared towards the betterment of training and response time.
Ontime Automotive recently lent a helping hand to Bracknall and Wokingham College by transporting a car to the college’s grounds to be used as part ‘Project Response’, a long term project benefitting the Uniformed Public Service, Mechanics and Electronics students.