More new car market disruption predicted for the fleet industry, with the global shortage of semiconductors not the only factor behind long lead times.
New car supply issues caused by post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, according to Cox Automotive, while the used car market is outperforming expectations.
To mark the first anniversary of Brexit, the Government has unveiled new designs for driving licences and number plates without the EU flag.
A new webinar series designed to help the remarketing sector prepare for the end of the Covid-19 pandemic has been announced by the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA).
Tariffs may have been avoided, but a lack of detail in the Brexit deal could still lead to disruption in the market, the remarketing industry is warning.
The UK’s automotive trade body, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), is calling on the UK Parliament to ratify the Brexit trade agreement.
An eleventh-hour post-Brexit trade deal struck between the UK and the EU has been welcomed by the fleet and leasing industry.
By Gerry Keaney, chief executive, British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association (BVRLA)
Hyundai has become the latest manufacturer to reveal vehicle pricing plans ahead of a potential ‘no deal’ Brexit.
Covid-19, Brexit deal and EVs all rank high on the list of challenges, reports Stephen Briers
The German manufacturer has announced a customs duty related increase of more than £3,000 on the BMW i3.
Data will be available from January 1, 2021, to ensure fleets can continue to price vehicles accurately and easily, it says.
Manufacturers are warning leasing companies that they cannot guarantee company car prices beyond the end of the year, even for some models being ordered now.
Fleets face having to spend an extra £2.8 billion on EVs over the next five years, with 'no deal' set to increase plug-in vehicle costs by thousands of pounds.
The remarketing sector says the ongoing impact of Covid-19 and uncertainty around Brexit are making planning beyond the short term "almost impossible".
Automotive companies from across the UK and EU are calling for an ambitious free trade deal, warning ‘no deal’ will have a catastrophic impact on the industry.
Clock ticking on negotiations with Europe as UK bids to avoid car and van price increases.
A third of employees working in the auto industry are still on furlough and up to one in six jobs are at risk as a result of Covid-19.
Nissan would focus efforts on its UK plant and would pull out of mainland Europe if Brexit leads to tariffs on car exports, reports suggest.
By Rupert Pontin, director of insight at Cazana
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