Yes, there will be catering on site so you don't have to worry about bringing your own refreshments.
The full list of confirmed models for CCIA2023 will be released soon. CCIA2022 can be found here.
Wednesday 14 June - 8.30am – 5.00pm
Thursday 15 June - 8.30am – 4.30pm
Company Car in Action is free of charge to visitors.
Yes, however we do limit attendance to 3 per company. (Each application is validated on an individual basis.)
On-site registration is available, but we recommend to register online to ensure you wouldn't be delayed upon arrival.
You must be over the age of 25.
In view of the licence changes with the paper section of the licence being irrelevant, you would need to bring your photocard driving licence with you when you attended the event. If you have a pre photo card driving licence you would also need to bring suitable photographic ID. e.g. current passport. You would also need your licence summary
No, we need to see the original.
No, you need to have a full driver’s licence to drive.
If you wish to drive you must attend the safety briefing.
Your pass would be sent to you electronically. If you lost your pass, you would be able to get a replacement at the registration desk.
Yes, if you are over the age of 18.
On arrival at Millbrook, follow the directions to the CCIA Entrance. Please note that this is not the main entrance to Millbrook Proving Ground. The marshals will then direct you to the Mile Straight to park your car. We will be operating a shuttle service between the Mile Straight and the Registration Entrance.
The use of photographic or video recording equipment on site is strictly prohibited unless specifically authorised by a member of Millbrook or Bauer Media.
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.