The Government has announced that the vehicle scrappage scheme has been extended to the end of March 2010; previously the scheme was to end at the end of February. The vehicle scrappage scheme gives £2000 against a qualifying part-exchange towards a new car.Continue Reading
Monday, 28 September 2009
The government is to extend its car scrappage scheme, in an announcement made by Lord Mandelson. He said the scheme, which started in May and gives consumers £2,000 off a new car if they trade in one at least 10 years old, was running out of money.
We cannot do everything but that does not mean doing nothing
Lord Mandelson added that the scheme would be extended to cover 100,000 more cars and vans.
The age qualification of cars has also changed by 6 months to extend the benefits to cars registered on or before 29 Feb 2000 (V registration).Continue Reading
Friday, 1 May 2009
Honda (UK) has confirmed that it will participate in the UK car scrappage scheme, which starts on Monday 18th May.
The UK car industry has put considerable pressure on the government to introduce a scheme to encourage new car purchases and help support UK dealers and manufacturers.
When a car more than 10 years old is scrapped the government will offer a £2000 discount on a new car.
There will be £300 million of funding put into the scheme, which will run until March 2010, or until the government funding has been used.
For further details on how you can benefit from the scrappage scheme please contact Ottershaw Sales on 01932 874411 or contact Weybridge Sales on 01932 858811.Continue Reading