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BCA turns Auction View Internet stock locator into a free service

BRITISH Car Auctions' Internet-based stock locator Auction View will be available free of charge to customers from June 1. The service, which also offers fully lotted catalogue and auction composite prices, is currently a subscription service. However, BCA says increasing demand, plus falling technology costs, have enabled the service to be offered free to vendor and buyer account holders.

BCA's website attracts about 250,000 hits per month, a fourfold growth since the service was launched 10 months ago. BCA Group sales and marketing director Tony Gannon said: 'Having been the first to develop this hi-tech service for the fleet and motor industry, we are now delighted to open up Auction View to all BCA's customers.' Account customers logging on to Auction View via the BCA website (www.british-car-auctions. co.uk) will, from June, simply have to register their BCA account details at the screen prompt to gain access to the system.

The system also features an auction catalogue service, allowing users to specify the catalogue they want by location, sale date and sale type and view the results on screen or print them off.

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