BMW 3 Series
We have secured the dates for Company Car In Action 2021 – Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 June – and we have already started planning for what we expect will be our biggest and best ever fleet test driving event.
CCIA 2021 will coincide with the year of the electric vehicle, with more models launching and supplies no longer restricted, and we expect these cars and vans to dominate the show. It will be your best opportunity to make key decisions about which electric brands and models are right for your fleet and we will support you in making those decisions by offering best practice advice from industry experts. Put the date in your diary now.
We know you’ll be just as disappointed as us about the cancellation of this year’s CCIA, but you can still look forward to attending the biggest show in fleet, Fleet & Mobility Live, which takes place on October 6-7 at the NEC in Birmingham. Full detail will be in the April issue of Fleet News.
The event is very informative, allowing fleet decision makers to get up to speed on the latest in innovation, fleet efficiencies, and key fleet operational issues as well as exploring a large range of new products from a wide range of vehicle manufacturers.
If there is any event you’re going to attend make sure it’s CCIA. It’s a great opportunity to test drive new and existing products whilst getting to meet the manufacturer teams to build those relationships.
Fleet Managers now have an unprecedented opportunity to determine which power source in each duty cycle best suits their operation, from both an environmental and economical position.
Excellent day, well run and well attended. Manufacturers were impressive and had the right people there as well as the cars.
The most important driving event in the UK for fleet managers.
Great Event. The best way to compare vehicles back to back.
Very informative event.
Very good event, nice to come back to one place and compare vehicles.
Totally enjoyable event.
Great event to compare cars.
Great range of manufacturers in a relaxed atmosphere.