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Welcome note from Sue RobinsonBack

sue-robinsonDear Colleagues,

The new car and commercial vehicle sales figures were released for April this week. We are pleased to see that the new car market was up 2.0% marking the best April since 2003 with 189,505 cars registered. Positively, registrations of alternative fuel vehicles continue to perform well (+26.8%), in line with the beginning of 2016.  In the CV sector, demand rose 11.8% in April with pickups and large vans growing 35.4% and 22.8% respectively. If you would like to receive a copy of the registration figures, please email

Following on from last weeks’ articles about the EU referendum we have included in this week’s newsletter the type and scope of the agreements that the UK could try to form with the EU in case of Brexit.

Also, we are pleased to announce that the RMI Academy of Automotive Skills has been officially launched and as NFDA member you can take advantage of the preferential fees, to book a course, please call Louise Woods on 01788 538303. You will find more information in the news.

Just a reminder that the NFDA Autumn Ball is taking place on Saturday 8 October at The Grove Resort in Hertfordshire.  I am pleased to announce that our after dinner speaker this year will be Fred MacAulay, well known comic, TV and radio presenter.  Also, by popular demand, we have back with us our compere for the evening Mark Durden-Smith, Rugby commentator and TV presenter.  To book your tickets please contact – don’t miss out on a fantastic evening!

Finally, the NFDA is your trade body and here to help and advise you on regulatory and operational issues that affect your business. Please do contact us on the NFDA helpline 01788 538303 if you need any assistance.

Sue Robinson, NFDA Director

Posted by Leana Kell on 06/05/2016