Driving school selects C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers for partnership

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Bill Plant Driving School has selected driving instructor specialist, C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers, to provide insurance services for their national driving lesson tuition fleet and driving instructor academy.

Commencing immediately C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers and Bill Plant Driving School will work together to provide the most comprehensive and beneficial driving instructor insurance product exclusively for Bill Plant Driving School’s franchised driving instructors and driving instructor trainers.

Furthermore, the two growing nationwide businesses will commence a strategic partnership to enhance the driving instructor industry as a whole; providing enhanced combined products together alongside training material, best practice advice and joint corporate social responsibility initiatives.

Graeme Robertson, Director of Hamilton Robertson Insurance Brokers, owners of C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers proudly commented, “Being one of the largest driving schools in the UK we are delighted Bill Plant Driving School has chosen C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers. We will work closely with their team to give their instructors the best possible service and benefits available in the market today. All our clients will be delighted to hear this news and we look forward to sharing the benefits of being an instructor with Bill Plant Driving School”

A spokesperson for Bill Plant Driving School stated “C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers are specialists and market leaders in this field and we welcomed their entrepreneurial partnership approach to working with Bill Plant Driving School. We thoroughly look forward to working with Graeme and his team as we continue to grow our nationwide driving school and driving instructor training academy”.

In April, Bill Plant Driving School were awarded the “Best Consumer Marketing Campaign” at The Drum Marketing Awards in London. The driving school was shortlisted against the likes of Littlewoods, Virgin and Hunter Boots to pick up the coveted media accolade.