With the growing prominence of electric and autonomous vehicles in the public eye, the future of the aftermarket is on everyone’s mind this year. Wendy Williamson, Chief Executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF), weighs in on the impact on the industry.
As part of our World Cup celebrations, we asked our network to nominate schools and football clubs in their local communities to receive new footballs in our football lottery.
FPS supports developing better health and fitness habits and encourages all efforts to get healthier. We look into Parkrun, which is a great (and affordable!) way of trying something new.
FPS is supporting their customer Motor Parts Direct (MPD) in their efforts to send 40,000 books -educational or otherwise, to Kenya and India for use in schools. The aim is to support the education of underprivileged children where accessibility to educational resources are limited.
On 12th May, 38 students from King Edward VI School (KES) in Stratford upon Avon took on the stamina-testing KES600 challenge.
The MOT test as we know it is changing. Find out everything you need to know about the new MOT defect categories online at FPS.
This new technology will enable diesel vehicles to undercut future limits for nitrogen oxide (NOx) by almost 90%.
Improvements to our Parkway Rise and Grange Mill Lane sites are on course for completion to provide us with additional capacity.
Find out more about how our teams across the country are working to ensure we continue to deliver.
FPS-sponsored athlete Andrew Pozzi has won gold in the 60m hurdles at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham.