Tag : BREXIT
The new Brexit deal could see fleets hit by delays on car/van supply on popular new models while there are wider questions on how electric vehicle … Read More »
The UK automotive industry is calling for the immediate ratification by UK Parliament of the draft UK-EU Trade and Cooperation agreement (TCA), in order to ensure … Read More »
The impact of the coronavirus crisis and potential effects of Brexit mean planning beyond the short term is “almost impossible” for the remarketing sector, according to … Read More »
New research shows the cost of owning and running a car in the UK has soared since the June 2016 referendum on Britain leaving the EU.
A no-deal Brexit would trigger a “seismic shift” in the European automotive industry, undermining competitiveness while bringing a potential €5.7bn (£5bn) cost bill that could impact … Read More »
Following the UK Government’s updated advice on driving in the EU post Brexit, Michael Brooks, legal director at Corclaim takes a look at the insurance side … Read More »
“No-deal Brexit is simply not an option,” warns the SMMT’s chief executive, Mike Hawes, in an open letter addressed to the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
Border delays from a hard Brexit could cost the UK automotive sector up to £50k a minute, according to the first-ever UK auto trade report.
New cars imported into the UK will be subject to a 10% tariff in the event of a no-deal Brexit, helping to protect the UK’s car … Read More »
BMW has warned that it may shift Mini production out of the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Honda is set to announce its Swindon plant will close in 2022, according to a source close to Honda speaking to Sky News.
Exports of British-registered used cars to Ireland have increased almost 50% since the EU Referendum, said to be due to the weaker Pound, according to new … Read More »
The UK automotive industry is urging the Government to rethink its position on a Brexit customs union as UK car investment slumps to half what it … Read More »
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) is urging Brexit negotiators to take action on urgent industry issues, including the impact on EU CO2 targets and the … Read More »
The DfT has said it’s confident of mutual licence recognition after Brexit, putting paid to reports that UK drivers could be banned in Europe.
Market uncertainty around diesel engines and Brexit could lead to a “jump” in leasing, as private and business customers look to mitigate against near-future risk, according … Read More »
Alphabet has published its list of the key market trends for 2018, which will see moves towards zero-emission/connected vehicles gather pace while WLTP and GDPR will … Read More »
UK car manufacturing fell 4.6% to 161,490 cars in November as Brexit uncertainty and new diesel taxes impacted on domestic demand.
Leaving the EU without a tariff-free trade deal could see the price of vehicles go up “about 10%” while the price of parts could rise “about 4.5%”.
Car registrations are expected to fall from 2016’s record level as VED changes and continued Brexit uncertainty take their toll.
The UK Government must take more responsibility for air quality, even after leaving the European Union, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has warned, labelling … Read More »
The UK vote to leave the EU is already taking its toll on some UK fleets, with the true impact of Brexit yet to be felt.
What could the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and the single market mean for fleets? Natalie Middleton asks the experts.
List prices for cars could rise by £1,500 post-Brexit if the UK doesn’t stay in the single market.
A new campaign is positioning Lithuania as the perfect location for UK automotive businesses to relocate to following the Brexit vote.
New research finds that drivers have a pessimistic view over how Brexit will affect motoring costs and safety but think there will be no changes in … Read More »