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F1 Season 2021

All eyes from the motor trade industry will be glued to the new Formula 1 season, which is the 72nd running of Formula 1 and now well underway. Lewis Hamilton won the opening round of the campaign which took place in Bahrain, below are some of the things you need to know about the significant changes and reasons to be excited about this new season and what is still to come.

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In-Car Advertising?

Innovations in technology are constantly evolving in the marketing world, with many companies constantly adopting the changes and enhancements to reach new and existing customers. One of the upsides of new advertising technology are the advancements in geographic and demographic targeting methods used to help business attract more consumers and increase sales.

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Driving Penalty Points and Fines

In the United Kingdom (and many other countries), driving penalty points and fines are added to your driving licence when you break the law on public roads. The number of points added to a motorist’s driving licence once they’re convicted depends on the severity of the traffic offense committed, if you accumulate too many penalty points you’re highly likely to be banned from driving altogether for a set period of time (as ruled in a court of law).

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DVLA Workers Strike

Staff members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) at the UK motor trade industries Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) headquarters in Swansea, Wales, started a four-day strike this week after the union asked its 3,300 members to vote at ballot in March supporting strike action protesting against Covid-19 safety measures within the organisation “to protect workers’ safety”.

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UK Electric Vehicle Uptake by Region

The UK has seen a rise in the use of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in the last decade. By the end of 2020 there were an additional 30,000 vehicles sold, which is a 53% increase compared to the previous year. Two locations, London and South East had a third of the total number of electric cars within the UK based on data from RAC analysis government data.

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