Motorparc Vehicles in Use (UK)
SMMT’s Motorparc service covers all the 37 million vehicles in the UK parc. The primary source of data is an extract taken from the DVLA’s registration system but the quality and detail of the data is considerably enhanced by linking to MVRIS data and the SMMT’s model tables.
Reports can be tailored to your precise needs, whether a simple summary, an analysis of long term trends or a detailed study of the current parc by make and model. All levels of detail are available either at national level or regionally. Regional data can also be plotted onto maps if required.
A high priority is placed on customer service and value for money. By discussing your exact requirements with the Motorparc specialists you only purchase the data you need, in the most cost-effective way.
See below for some examples. To purchase the data or for more details please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices start from £100, relate to a single copy for internal use by the purchasing company only and are subject to contract. SMMT members receive a 25% discount (where data is for internal use only).
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Reporting from the census can be tailored to the individual needs of each customer. These vary from simple reports for your particular area to detailed and complex reports.
This report covers cars at a high level of model detail including body type, transmission and CC.
This report parallels MP1-1 for the LCV market.
Covering the HCV market to maximum available model detail, this report is split into four vehicle categories according to wheel-plan.
A comprehensive regional breakdown of the parc by postcode district.
Less detailed than MP1-1, this report covers the total parc for cars but by range and CC only. The attached sample shows the 10 most common model/engine combinations on British roads.
Covers the entire LCV market in a concise format. The sample shows the top models in use in Britain. A similar report is available without the breakdown by CC.