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FCA’s proposed legislation would prevent motor & home insurance renewals from being more expensive than those offered to customers taking out new policy.
Figures from the DVLA and the Department for Transport – collated by Retro Motor – has found there were 6.086m cars over 13 years on UK roads in 2019.
A panel of financiers is being sought by TfGM to provide support to fleet operators of non-compliance vehicles ahead of the clean air zone introduction in spring 2022.
PSA Group will add a Free2Move Rent offering to its cross-brand mobility division to take advantage of growing demand from customers for flexible rental.
Used car values at BCA’s auctions remained stable during July as a 30% increase in volumes sold at its UK sales were met by a strong appetite among retailers.
Vantage will continue to channel part-exchanges from its 14 locations through Aston Barclay Wakefield’s two weekly dealer part exchange sales and fleet sale.
Car dealers are optimistic about the future of the motor retail sector, with 71% of dealers feel confident in the longer-term recovery.
Diesel examples of the 2008 with an automatic transmission were the most popular, taking an average of just 26 days to turn on UK forecourts.
Perrys Group lost £5m in the first five months of trading as a result of the lock down and the temporary closure of showrooms due to the pandemic.