The impact of Covid-19 on the used vehicle market will be discussed at the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) AGM on July 1.
Industry trade bodies have united to publish new safety guidance for the remarketing sector as businesses begin to re-open following the lockdown.
The VRA says the security of used cars and vans, without access to formal storage facilities, could be a growing problem during the pandemic.
Mobility services will create demand for whole new range of remarketing services, says VRA.
New figures show that the proportion of diesel cars on the FN50 fleet fell from almost two-thirds (63.4%) to half (50.5%) over the past 12 months.
The speaker programme for the Vehicle Remarketing Association’s 2020 Vision seminar has been announced as the event reaches capacity with the final delegate spaces booked.
Difficulties faced by manufacturers in the new car market have led to an increase in vehicles being pre-registered, the remarketing industry has been told.
The Vehicle Remarking Association (VRA) is warning that outstanding manufacturer recalls in the used car market could attract the interest of Trading Standards.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) has welcomed three new members this month as the trade body continues to expand.
VRA says a central resource providing access to the service histories of all cars and vans that form the UK car parc is needed by the remarketing sector.
Sub-standard repair work to used cars is becoming a bigger problem thanks to the rise of personal leasing, says the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA).
The remarketing of electric and hybrid vehicles will be the focus of a Vehicle Remarketing Association meeting on January 23 at Fleet Auction Group, Coalville.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association claims that some daily rental companies are buying nearly-new cars on the used market, because of a shortage of new stock.
Uncertainty around WLTP, the new emissions testing regime, could create unpredictability in the used car market, warns the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA).
Trade body warns with little sign of demand for used diesels falling, it could result in a potential oversupply of petrol cars in the medium term.
Impact of Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) and the ‘demonisation’ of diesel will be discussed by the Vehicle Remarketing Association.
Manufacturers should make it easier to check which items of equipment need to be included with a used car or van that is for sale, says the Vehicle Remarketing Association
Fears of a crash in used diesel car values prompted by air quality concerns “should now have passed”, says the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA).
Taking place on March 22 at CD Auction Group in Corby, it will include a detailed presentation on how to handle the recent Advertising Standards Authority.
Speakers include Clare Jackson of Ecuity Consulting on the Swindon Hydrogen Hub, Paul Marchment of Arval on its hydrogen fleet car trial and John Hunt of Toyota
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