The garages and their distribution will be able to continue operating in Andalusia

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From Ancera they report that, in view of the new mobility restrictions in Andalusia, the garages will continue to work and also their distribution.

The measure announcing the restriction of movement in Andalusia was announced on 8 November in the Official Gazette of the Andalusian Government (BOJA). The announcement frames Andalusia in measures of grade 1 (the whole community) and grade 2 (especially Granada).

With these measures, the Junta pursues a more intensive barrier strategy, aiming at limiting social interaction as much as possible.

Ancera is in permanent contact with the Andalusian government “to thoroughly define our essential activity, as declared by the Ministry of Industry last March”.

Within the Grade 1 Measures, the BOJA reflects that garages are not restricted because they are an industrial activity. The sale of spare parts to the public must close at 18:00 hours, without affecting the delivery to the workshop or the sale online, by telephone or at home. This will require the Mobility Certificate 2020.

With regard to the Grade 2 Measures concerning Grenada, the Board indicates that the garages will continue to operate. Similarly, shops may distribute to the garage and sell at home, online or by telephone, but sales to the public are not allowed.