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Automotive technology briefings and hands on driving experience

28 July 2010

You are invited to attend a technology briefing aimed at fleet decision makers and others involved in vehicle management. The event is organised by Bosch and EuroNCAP and supported by RoadSafe.

Each technology briefing will provide professionals with in-depth information and practical experience of the testing required for a vehicle to achieve a 5 star EuroNCAP rating under the new testing scheme.

RoadSafe is pleased to be able to support these subsidised sessions which are being organized at the Devon Drivers Centre Westpoint, Exeter and the MIRA proving ground, Warwickshire.

The next session is 8th September, 10.00 – 14.30 at the MIRA proving ground.
Subsidised cost of £135 + VAT per person.
For booking information please email technology.briefings@uk.bosch.com

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