Industry trade bodies have united to publish new safety guidance for the remarketing sector as businesses begin to re-open following the lockdown.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) has announced it will be holding a free seminar that will discuss the key challenges the remarketing sector will face in 2020.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) revealed that its next meeting will cover how remarketing is being shaped by digital advances in the used car 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).
New diesel car sales are falling so quickly that there could be shortages of them on the used market, 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.
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.
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.
Hydrogen powered cars will have much stronger residuals than combustion or electric models.
The outcome of Brexit negotiations is hanging over the economy, creating uncertainty that makes business planning very difficult, says chairman Glenn Sturley.
Satnav address records and Bluetooth phone information stored on used cars and vans are set to create a headache for remarketing companies.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association has announced a free seminar on challenges facing used car and van sectors in 2018, in November.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) has appointed three new directors to its board: Rupert Pontin (Glass’s), Tim Hudson (Cox Automotive/Manheim) and Philip Nothard (Cap HPI).
Glenn Sturley has been appointed chairman of the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA), following the retirement of John Davies.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) will hold its sixth Annual Conference, ‘An Industry You Can Bank On’, on May 19.
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