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Round-Up: HMRC updates AFRs, British Motor Show to return, Latest CCT issue out now

The last British Motor Show was held in 2008 at Excel, London.

HMRC updates AFRs

Fuel pump

HMRC has updated the advisory fuel rates, which come into force from 1 December.

The only change is for diesel cars, with engines under 1600cc dropping by 1p per mile from 10 to 9ppm. All other diesel and petrol rates remain unchanged, while LPG for cars of 1401cc-2000cc dropping by a penny to 9p.

The advisory electricity rate (AER) for plug-in also cars remain unchanged at 4ppm.

British Motor Show to return

British Motor Show 2008

The last British Motor Show was held in 2008 at Excel, London.

The British Motor Show is to make a comeback next year after a 12-year absence.

Last held in 2008 at Excel, London and organised by the SMMT, the new show will be held at Farnborough International, Hampshire between 20-23 August, with Andy Entwistle in charge of the event.

Entwistle was responsible for organising the London Motor Show and he said the event will feature a two-mile track for test drives.

Tickets are priced at £18.50 per person, however, at this stage the organisers have not announced any exhibitors.

An SMMT spokesman confirmed to Company Car Today that it is not involved with the show.

Latest CCT issue out now

Company Car Today - Issue 64 - 27th November 2019 - Cover Image

The latest issue of Company Car Today is available to read for free.

This issue’s cover star is the new DS 7 plug-in hybrid, as we ask if it can be the catalyst for the French brand, while the Renault Clio is the latest vehicle to be put through its paces in our Big Test.

Elsewhere, editor Paul Barker sits down with Simon King, fleet and procurement manager at Mitie to discuss why the firm is going electric. Test drive reviews, meanwhile, include the revised Alfa Romeo Guila and Skoda Superb.

Click here to read it.