Did you know that it would take more than 275,000 cars to fill the M25? Or that the UK has sold 433,357 more new cars than France this year?
By the end of 2001 there will be 27,790,025 cars on
Britain”s roads. But the car parc isn”t rising as quickly as some predict.
A second record year for new car sales will lead to all-time high tax revenues from Britain”s motorists in 2002.
Production figures released today by the Office of National Statistics. SMMT tables and comment for November 2002
CV registration growth maintained, up 3.4 per cent on November 2001
Today, SMMT releases figures for November new car registrations in the UK