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Pending Elections Fail to Slow Down New Vehicle Registrations.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “Year to date the new vehicle sector passed 100,000 registrations during August, the quickest ever in a calendar year.
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Electrifying Innovation and Enthusiasm earn ChargeNet NZ an Energy Award
The small and passionate ChargeNet NZ team were ecstatic to win the Innovation in Energy Award at the prestigious Deloitte Energy Excellence 2017 Awards.
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Literacy help for company drivers
A recent OECD study found that 20.7% of New Zealand adults are in the lowest literacy bracket, including both those born in New Zealand and those who weren’t.
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EV Hype or reality
There are lots of predictions going around that the Internal combustion engine (ICE) is...
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New Vehicle Registrations Remain Strong.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “Registration of 11,631 vehicles for the month of July were marginally up 0.5% (61 units) on this time last year.
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New Jaguar E-PACE Rolls Into The Record Books
The new Jaguar E-PACE has set an official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title during its world premiere.
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Volvo Cars to go all electric
olvo Cars,  has announced that every Volvo it launches from 2019 will have an electric...
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Employers with at-work drivers invited to take part in annual fleet safety survey
Brake, the road safety charity, is inviting all organisations who employ or contract at-work drivers to take part in its annual fleet safety survey.
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EV World conference and expo
On September 8th at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau City there will be a full conference titled  Driving the future EV fleet which will bring together a range of stakeholders across the entire EV ecosystem to assist driving EV's from convers
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Fieldays Drives June Registrations of New Vehicles to An All Time Record.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “Registration of 15,985 vehicles for the month of June is not only the strongest month of June ever but also sets a new monthly record for any month of the year.
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Look mum no hands
Look mum no hands - New Editor
There is a lot of hype around currently about self- driving cars. In reality...
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May Commercial Registrations Highest of all Time
May Commercial Registrations Highest of all Time
Glynn Tulloch, President of the Motor Industry Association says, “Registration of 13,132 vehicles...
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Be smart about your speed this Road Safety Week
Go at the right speed for the right conditions is the message the AA would like drivers to take on board this Road Safety Week.
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April continues new car growth
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says “Registration of...
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Electric Vehicle DC rapid charging plug type is about to change.
ChargeNet NZ are pleased to announce the forthcoming change to their DC fast charging network from Type 1 CCS charging to the Type 2 CCS charging plug.
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Scared of the dark? You are not alone!
It’s not just children who are afraid of the dark. Whether preferring to sleep with a light on – or worrying about driving at night – grown-ups get scared too.
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New Editor
With long-standing Editor John Oxley standing down after the February issue, it’s bye-bye...
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AfMA Fleet Forum 28th March
AfMA Fleet Forum 28th March
The next of AfMA’s popular fleet forums is on Tuedsay 28th March at the Ibis Hotel in Ellerslie. It starts at 8am with breakfast and finishes at 11am Topic 1
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New car market only knows one direction
New car market only knows one direction
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says “Registration data for February shows growth in the new vehicle sector continues as expected.
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January 2017 New Car Sales Highest Month of January Ever.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says “building on last year’s exceptional growth of 9.5%, January new vehicle registrations of 13,823 were up a massive 16% (1,930 units) on January 2016.
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