Tradeplates TV – A new way to get the News

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Like no other motoring video channel before, you’ll be part of the story.

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The creators of Car Dealer Magazine are bringing you a new and alternative way to get news about the automotive industry, with the new online video channel Trade Plates.

Like no other motoring video channel before, you’ll be part of the story.

Twice a month Trade Plates will be holding live panel shows with members of the industry, talking about all things motor trade and subjects chosen by you.

Even if you can’t join them in the studio you can join the conversation live via the discussion box following the link below;
tradeplates.tv website.

In the opening show Alexis Cassey of Prestige Diesels Portsmouth and Imperial Car Supermarket operations director Neil Smith joined the show’s host Rebecca Chaplin, in the studio, along with Car Dealer Magazine’s Andy Entwistle.

Also, our very own Nona Bowkis was in attendance answering your questions live. Lawgistics legal advisors will feature in forthcoming shows discussing a range of topics relevant to our industry.

Watch the latest episode.

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