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Registrations open for CCIA 2021

CCIA 2021

Fleet decision makers can now register to attend Company Car in Action 2021.

After a one-year hiatus, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the fleet industry’s biggest ride and drive event is back.

Taking place at Millbrook Proving Ground, in Bedfordshire, on June 23-24, CCIA 2021 will provide the unique opportunity to test drive key models from the biggest players in fleet.

With new models launching and supplies no longer restricted, electric and hybrid vehicles are expected to dominate the show in what Fleet News is calling 'the year of the EV'.

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.

The 2019 event achieved record attendance, with more than 1,000 visitors across two days. Places will be limited so fleet decision makers are urged to secure their free place early to avoid disappointment.

To find out more about CCIA 2021 and to register for a free ticket, please visit: https://www.companycarinaction.co.uk/

Covid-19: Attend with confidence 

WE'RE BACK. CCIA registration now open

Join us to test drive the latest models and EVs, unaccompanied, in a real-world driving environment. During your visit you will have the chance to test drive up to 10 vehicles from a choice of hundreds of the latest electric, hybrid, and petrol/diesel vehicles.

Ready to get back behind the wheel and find your future fleet?

Covid-19: Attend with confidence 

Register now - for free

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