Tag : SMMT
Nearly two-thirds of British-built vans, trucks and buses were exported during the first six months of 2017, with almost all headed to the EU (94.7%), according to the SMMT.
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New generations of connected cars will offer better protection against the threat of hacking under latest Department for Transport measures.
New car demand fell across both fleet and private buyers in July, leading to a 9.3% market downturn.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… The Government’s final plans to reduce air pollution in the UK are due on 31 July. High Court rules against challenge to air quality plan ... Read More »
The UK new car market declined for a third consecutive month in June, with fleet as well as private registrations down, due to VED changes introduced in April as well as declining consumer confidence.
We’ve pulled together the pertinent points from the myriad of research done in the fleet industry this month to give you a clearer view of what’s really going on…
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Fleet and private registrations declined in May, with overall diesel take-up also showing a large downturn.
Both the fleet and overall new car markets saw double-digit declines in April following the implementation of new VED rates.
CO2 emissions of new cars sold in the EU continued to fall last year but at a slower rate.
The UK’s new car market grew by 8.4% in March, making it the biggest month since records began, according to figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). Fleets and businesses ... Read More »
Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced plans for the first phase of £100m investment in connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) testing infrastructure, which will be used to support projects including public test facilities.