The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) is offering free expert advice to car dealers in an effort to help businesses maximise use of their Apprenticeship Levy funds.
The IMI has claimed that a combination of confusion surrounding the Apprenticeship Levy and the “increased administrative burden” it placed on employers could be to blame for a 26.5% decline in new apprentices.
Go Ultra Low has broadened the appeal of its EV promotions campaign with the announcement that 100 companies have joined its cause - demonstrating their commitment to run eco-friendly fleets.
A fleet of driverless vehicles using UK-built software to be trialled between Oxford and London in a 30-month trial set to take place in 2019.
Plans are being drawn-up which could see diesel drivers in certain areas of the country handed a £2,000 incentive to switch into a new vehicle which produces fewer harmful emissions.
The Government has pledged its continued grant support to motorists buying an EV as it announced £109 million of funding for research into autonomous cars and low-emissions transport.
A Ferrari dealership in Northern Ireland is one of many businesses heating their premises from the flawed renewable energy heating scheme which is set to leave Stormont with a £400m deficit.
Electric car sales are expected to receive another boost by way of a £40 million government package to improve the EV infrastructure in eight key locations.
Twelve cities across the UK have submitted their bids to gain a share of £35 million in Government funding to boost the uptake of ultra low emission vehicles.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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