April 2 2012.

The April 2012 issue of Motorcycle Trader is available to read online now at: www.motorcycletrader.net/library.aspx

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This month Trader outlines its new Trader Daily News service, a simple format listing of the day's top news stories, new products and information, sent out to its ever-growing e-mail database. If you need to know the latest trade news, the latest industry news and the latest business news, then you need to know today, not next week or next month - You need Trader Daily News.

Trader's market overview takes a look at diagnostic tools and how they can not only save time in the workshop, but help enhance a trader's reputation and build trust amongst its customers. Elsewhere in the magazine, Trader was granted permission to reprint the Xmas '87 TranAm Trade News interview with former Honda UK boss Gerald Davison. It is a fascinating read and many of his views still resonate today. Putoline Distribution comes under the Company Profile spotlight, the News section delivers a round-up of the latest industry happenings from home and abroad, and the New Products pages are overflowing with the latest must-have parts, accessories and machines. Regular columnists have their say and the Business Journal provides guidelines on limiting exposure for company directors and late filing tax penalties.

The industry bible Trader Directory, the only one in the UK, provides an up-to-date A-Z of companies and products, and the latest new vehicle registration statistics give a breakdown by style and engine band with a snapshot of the top performing models and manufacturers in February 2012.

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