John Haynes, chairman of Haynes Publishing Group, has lifted his stake in the car manual firm he founded, spending nearly £150,000.
He bought 125,000 shares at 117p a time and is now interested in about 796,000 shares including 470,000 registered in his own name and 326,000 in his wife's.
Shares in the company have fallen since Haynes' last foray into the market. He bought 150,000 shares at 150p a time last November.
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Haynes publishing was founded in 1960.
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