Business for Horsham's Morrow Motor Group has started to pick up again after it being "very slow" in the service department during COVID-19 lockdown.
Morrow Motor Group business manager Daniel Ross said not all staff are back yet but the business is slowly returning to normal.
"During lockdown the services department just stopped at one point, but we are now getting busier with the end of the financial year," he said.
"We have had to change a lot of our procedures with the service department and disinfect surfaces frequently.
"People are also going out on test drives by themselves without the salesman."
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Service manager Shannon Morrow said with people not wanting to leave the house during lockdown the company focused on picking up and delivering customers vehicles.
"We are also disinfecting customers vehicles and keys, which is a procedure we will continue to do in the future," Mr Morrow said.
"A lot of people will be going on post-isolation road trips so we are offering free safety checks to make sure the vehicles are ready for their travels."
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