Jul 17, 2017
Motorists could win £30m compensation from Europcar
French car hire firm Europcar has admitted that it may have to pay out as much as £30m to British motorists who were overcharged for car repairs. UK Trading Standards officers launched an investigation after its office in Leicester received complaints. The paper says more than half a million motorists could have been overcharged for repairs over many years. In a statement, Europcar said: "Europcar's view is that the implications of the investigation will be somewhere in the region of £30m.". The figures suggest an average compensation payment of up to £60 for every motorist who was overcharged.
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