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Latest News

  • Mar 22 2018

    BAS Host Agent Training Session

    What a fantastic training session we had on Tuesday 20th March! 

    BAS Agents from all over the country came to the session which was held at 'The Station' in Irlam, a quirky and unique ve

  • Mar 20 2018

    BAS Management Team Visit Hurt

    The BAS Management team had a fantastic time last week visiting car adaptation manufacturers, Hurt. The company based in the Czech Republic are specialists in designing and manufacturing car adapta

  • Mar 06 2018

    BAS Announced As Corporate Sponsors of Disability Awareness Day 2018

    We are very pleased and proud to announce that we will once again be sponsoring the Disability Awareness Day. This is an event that is very close to our hearts here at BAS and as the world's larges