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This week I met with Alex Chisholm, Chief Executive of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) and Mike Hawes, Chief Executive of the SMMT. The purpose of the meeting was to help improve the automotive sectors understanding of competition laws. The CMA believes the trade bodies have a very important role to play in this area. We plan to work closely with the CMA on behalf of the industry.
This week’s news also highlights the new MOT testing service going live later this year. The video demo shows some of the screens you’ll be using to enter test results. The screens are based on feedback from members of the MOT trade. We have also included an update from the DVLA on trade plates.
Finally, having just returned from NADA, it is interesting to see automakers buoyed by rising consumer confidence, falling unemployment and low gas prices think U.S. auto industry sales could top forecasts. In January, U.S. auto sales were up almost 14 percent — and sales are strong in the first half of February — despite brutal winter weather in parts of the northeast that has slowed sales in some areas like Boston.
Sue Robinson, Director