Win an iPad at CCIA

8 June 2017


Fleet decision-makers can put their knowledge to the test and win an iPad at this year’s Company Car in Action.

Delegates visiting the ride and drive event at Millbrook Proving Ground next week can take part in a competition organised by Glass’s, part of Autovista Group, to secure the high-tech gadget.

Simply visit the Glass’s stand and match the CCIA cars with their correct depreciation curves to be in with a chance of winning.

Fleet managers will have hundreds of cars to choose from at CCIA, which takes place on June 13-14.

At the centre of the event is the iconic ‘steering pad’, where fleet managers can choose from a wealth of the latest cars ready to receive their expert appraisal.

Fleet decision-makers can take vehicles onto the test routes around Millbrook that are normally closed to the public and choose from four unique routes, including a testing city circuit, high-speed oval, a challenging hill route and off-road course.

Each one is designed to help fleet managers expertly assess each vehicle in a professional environment made specifically for vehicle testing purposes.

CCIA maintains its role as the essential drive and decide event on the fleet calendar by offering the widest choice of brands and a huge range of important new models for review.

New test drives include the BMW 5 Series, Mini Countryman, Seat Ibiza, Renault Captur, Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer and Crossland X.

There are also scores of models that are making their CCIA debuts, giving hundreds of fleet operators their first chance to put them to the test.

There will also be a range of static previews of key new cars coming to fleets in the future, including the Range Rover Velar.

Fleet decision-makers can plan their day at CCIA by visiting the event website for the latest updates on brands and vehicles available to drive.

To reserve your place at the drive and decide event of the year, visit and secure your place behind the wheel.


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