AutoRaise Partners

The lifeblood of our activity

To maximise the AutoRaise Charity's positive momentum, we are always seeking financial support from organisations who rely on a buoyant and sustainable vehicle repair industry for their own business.

We are proud to name these industry stakeholders as our partners:


Here at LV= we are incredibly proud of our long-standing association with AutoRaise and we have seen first-hand the impact they have made on new apprenticeship starts in our own repair network.

We are acutely aware that our young people are the future and we all have a responsibility to ensure we support their development if we are to have a truly sustainable and capable industry to meet the ever changing needs of our customers.

AutoRaise have been the catalyst for many of our approved repairers to adopt apprenticeship programmes and we need a fully functioning AutoRaise in our industry to ensure sustainability. I personally would urge every significant stakeholder in our industry to consider what their business model will look like in 5, 10, 20 years time with a continuing decline in numbers of qualified technicians in the industry. It’s a significant challenge and one we need to address collectively for the greater good.


esure partner with AutoRaise because we know our network needs help to survive. The average age of a technician is reported to be between 45 and 50 years old, a very worrying statistic.

The simple fact is that the industry will not be viable in the future if it doesn’t attract young people and train them to repair the modern motor vehicle. AutoRaise know our industry and know that repairers need help. Generally, in the past, the industry hasn’t had a great track record of working with young people and we have seen how AutoRaise have worked closely with repairers, holding their hand through the process of finding young people and engaging with training providers. The industry needs AutoRaise to continue their brilliant work and to play their part in getting more young people into apprenticeships in our industry. Why wouldn’t anyone involved in our sector not want to support that?


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