Responding to feedback from members, the Independent Garage Association (IGA) has added a new EV Practical Fault-Finding course to its suite of high-quality, cost-effective skills training.
The one-day course will focus on real-world faults that have been identified by IGA members as frequently affecting their customers’ vehicles and will be delivered at various RMI training locations, with the first course planned for June.
Messe Frankfurt UK, Nineteen Group, Rapid News Group and The Mark Allen Group have joined forces to collocate their UK manufacturing and engineering events this June creating a phenomenal offering for the community from all vertical sectors.
All 12 events will take place alongside each other bringing huge added value to attendees and exhibitors, with a visitor registering for one event gaining access across all shows, providing a united approach to encourage market innovation and trade at the NEC in Birmingham.
Daily rental fleets look set to benefit from the availability of a new generation of products utilising connected vehicle data, epyx is predicting.
The development will bring a previously unavailable level of transparency to how short term hire cars and vans are being used in real world conditions, says Tim Meadows, chief commercial officer.
Viritech is to play a major role in one of the UK’s most significant fuel cell hydrogen electric vehicle (FCHEV) projects: a programme to test the viability of fuel-cell versions of the UK’s best-selling commercial vehicle, the Ford Transit.
With the concern that Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) will be unable to fulfil LCV use-cases that require high payloads, high daily energy consumption, extended range, or where there are limited opportunities for charging, FCHEV offers a zero-emissions alternative that can address these deficiencies.
Stellantis Group has admitted logistics problems in delivering new cars to dealers across Europe.
Getting enough components to manufacturing lines and then finished models into the network is hurting their rebound after the pandemics.