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Forecourt Trader Electric Track Day 2018

Electric Track Day 2018

As the dawn of a new age of motoring approaches with the publication of the government’s ‘Road to Zero’ strategy, Forecourt Trader is helping to further the discussion with the launch of an Electric Track Day.

The first invitation-only Electric Track Day will be held on September 27 at Rockingham Motor Speedway. The day will include a morning conference focusing on key elements of the electric vehicle market, such as the provision of charging facilities; installation; legislation; best practice; opportunity for retailers; and future motoring technology. This will be followed by a networking lunch and the chance to drive around the track in a range of electric vehicles.

The event is designed to broadening your knowledge and insight into what type of vehicles your customers will be driving in future, and how you can accommodate them.

We have a limited number spaces available for this event, if you are interested in attending please contact Caryn at Caryn.Collins@wrbm.com

Sponsorship opportunities for the 2018 event, contact:
James Bush
Tel: +44 (0) 1293 610337
E-mail: james.bush@wrbm.com

For further information about the event contact:
Caryn Collins
Tel: +44 (0) 1293 610431
Email: caryn.collins@wrbm.com

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