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Car dealers in Scotland banned from offering click and collect from Saturday

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Car dealers in Scotland banned from offering click-and-collect from Saturday

Dealers will allowed to deliver directly to customers

Car dealers in Scotland won’t be allowed to offer click-and-collect services from Saturday as more stringent coronavirus measures are put in place.

However, dealerships will still be able to deliver vehicles to customers who purchase their car online or over the phone.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says that the rules surrounding click-and-collect are being strengthened in order to reduce the number of reasons people have to leave their homes and interact with others.

From 00:01 Saturday, only retailers in Level 4 areas selling essentials will be able to offer collection services.

Published: by Radio NewsHub

Written by: YO1 Radio Web Team

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