replace van seats

10 reasons to replace your van seats

We all know the importance of regular maintenance and will have a schedule to which the mechanics of our vans are overhauled. Whether its routine maintenance, regular servicing or the annual MOT our vehicles are well looked after to ensure they remain on the road and generating income for our business. But we probably don’t...

Renault trafic crew cab conversion

Renault Trafic crew cab conversions

As one of the more spacious vans on the market, the Renault Trafic has quickly become a popular choice for fleet owners, contractors and the self-employed. Built for reliability and robustness and complemented by serious comfort, there isn’t much that the Trafic doesn’t offer. But a crew cab conversion can elevate the vehicle even...

new seats for vauxhall vivaro

New van seats for your Vauxhall Vivaro

Vauxhall is not only one of the oldest car and van manufacturers in the world but it is also one of the most reliable. The British brand has proven that its vehicles are incredibly trustworthy having ranked fourth in a list of twenty manufacturers tested on reliability. But even the most well-made and best...

Upgrading your Transit Connect rear seats

Adding rear seats to your Transit Connect is a great way to increase the versatility of your van. Already a workhorse adding more seating will increase the number of crew you can ferry to a site increasing efficiency, reducing costs and giving your business a higher return on investment. The Ford Transit is probably one...

Best minibus seats for all category vehicles

When upgrading or refurbishing your minibus seating the best seats are British made which comply with all EU standards, include integrated seatbelts, are manufactured to order, and are available with floor fixing kits and head rests. As a minibus operator you’ll also add value for money and short lead times to your list. Of course,...

A guide to replacement passenger seats

Every passenger vehicle from a minibus to a coach will need replacement seating at some point. It’s an inevitable cost of doing business. The trick of course is to keep costs to a minimum while maximising quality. And high-quality seating will more than pay for itself in the long run as they will last far...