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Company Car in Action

21 May 2014

Manufacturers will give fleet decision-makers the opportunity to experience the latest life-saving technologies at Company Car in Action on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 10th and 11th, at Millbrook Proving Ground.

An increasing number of cars are being fitted with technologies that aim to protect both the vehicle and driver, while also making every day driving tasks easier.
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‘Driver Technology in Action’ will build on the launch of the experiential area at last year’s event by allowing visitors to try out different technologies on a range of models.

Volvo, Kia, Ford and Fiat will all be bringing vehicles for visitors to experience collision avoidance and park assist systems.

CCIA is a free event for fleet operators that is organised by Fleet News and held at Millbrook Proving Ground on June 10th and 11th.

To find out more, see the full list of vehicles available to drive and to register your attendance, please click here.

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