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Cars to display GB sticker

Sep 12, 2019No Comments

Under present rules, it’s acceptable for UK motorists to enter Ireland (sometimes known as The Republic of Ireland) as long as our vehicle number plates

Eurotunnel says it is ready for Brexit

Sep 05, 2019No Comments

Since the referendum in 2016, Eurotunnel has worked with the two governments to provide its customers with the fastest and simplest route across the Channel,

SMMT letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Jul 29, 2019Comments off

With news from Carlos Tavares, the Chief Executive of the PSA Group and the owners of the Vauxhall plant at Ellesmere Port, that they would

Getting a deal must be next PM’s first jo...

Jun 26, 2019Comments off

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) today issued a plea to the UK’s next prime minister to secure a favourable Brexit deal as

Brexit preparations completed

May 09, 2019Comments off

Brexit preparations have been completed by cap hpi to ensure its data and systems will be ready for the impact of the UK leaving the

Fleet Managers urged to check management so...

May 02, 2019Comments off

Chevin Fleet Solutions is urging fleet managers to check their fleet management software capabilities to make sure that it can cope with additional paperwork and

SMMT response to Brexit Extension

Apr 11, 2019Comments off

Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive: “While we’ve avoided a ‘no deal’ Brexit on Friday, it is utterly unacceptable that, more than two years since negotiations

Eurotunnel hands over the new Douane-SIVEP ...

Apr 09, 2019Comments off

Eurotunnel officially handed over buildings intended for customs, veterinary and phytosanitary inspection services, to the French authorities, represented by Fabien Sudry, Prefet of the Pas-de-Calais

UK car dealers cut debt by 22% in a year &#...

Mar 25, 2019Comments off

The UK’s Top 100 UK car dealerships have reduced their debts by 22% over the last year to £9.7bn down from £12.5bn in the previous

Brexit ferry contracts could cost millions ...

Mar 18, 2019Comments off

The government will have to spend millions of pounds more to keep its no-deal ferry contracts in place if Brexit is delayed, the BBC reports.

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