Online registration for the event is now closed for the event taking place tomorrow (June 12) and Wednesday. However, visitors can register on-site tomorrow with relevant company identification.
The action-packed event includes the opportunity to drive as many cars back-to-back as you wish, from a pool of more than 300, at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedford.
A number of models will be available for exclusive first drive opportunities, including the new Mercedes A-Class, Jaguar I-Pace and Volvo V60.
Fleet decision makers can also see key future fleet models up close. The new Ford Focus, Audi A6 and Peugeot 508 will be among the debuts.
Key fleet contacts from 22 major brands will be at the event along with hundreds of fleet decision makers, making it the ideal networking event too.
If you are thinking about electric vehicles then CCIA has that covered too. More than 60 of the cars at the event are electric or hybrid. A further 10 will be featured in the EV and Hybrid Zone, an exhibition manned my experts from GoUItraLow, Chargemaster and vehicle manufacturers.
Delegates will be able to learn more about new and upcoming models, charging infrastructure and regulatory changes.
Two debates will take place at CCIA this year to inform fleets of the benefits and challenges of electric vehicle uptake. The sessions will also investigate the funding assistance available.
Test routes include the high-speed bowl, which allows vehicles to be driven in motorway conditions and reach speeds of up to 100mph.
The Alpine course has not only been used as the setting for a number of on-screen car chases, but also provides the ideal testing ground for handling, performance and ride comfort.
On the city route, drivers can test low speed manoeuvrability along with driver assistance systems such as automatic parking and low speed emergency braking.
With a range of off-road vehicles available at CCIA, they can be pushed to their limits on Millbrook’s vast off-road course.