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** STILLAGES FOR SALE **

19/04/2019

Brand new. £55+VAT each, minimum order 20 units. Ideal for parts storage See enclosed document for images Contact Ian Hill at Hills Salvage & Recycling

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DVLA INTRODUCE NEW LOOK V5 REGISTRATION DOCUMENT

12/04/2019

From 15th April 2019, DVLA will be issuing a new version of the V5C registration certificate (log book). Following a review of the V5C in 2016, DVLA’s Executive Team approved a full redesign of the document. The new design improves the customer’s experience and has been simplified to aid our transition to digital. There will be no accelerated roll-out with the new version of the V5C. Any new V5Cs issued from 15th April 2019 will be the new version. However the previous version will still be in circulation and will still be valid. As a result of the changes, the information on GOV.UK will be amended to include changes to the document. DVLA is also identifying and reviewing any references to the V5C on our forms.

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** 2-CAR RACKS FOR SALE **

12/04/2019

40 x 2 car racks, located in Poole and 100 x 2 car racks, located in Rugby £600.00+VAT each or £2000+VAT for a set of 4 These racks are designed to be moved by FLT while still loaded. Larger discounts maybe considered for larger quantities For more details: neil@ctrent.co.uk Charles Trent Ltd.

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RECOVERY TOW SHOW 2019

11/04/2019

Wednesday-Thursday 25th and 26th September, Telford http://recoverytowshow.co.uk/

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ABI ADDRESSES SALVAGE LOOPHOLES LIKED TO VEHICLE THEFTS

11/04/2019

Weaknesses in DVLA & salvage operators procedures are facilitating problems with vehicle thefts related to repair of salvage.

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CRACKING DOWN ON ILLEGAL CAR BREAKERS IN THE PORTSMOUTH AREA

10/04/2019

Car breakers in Portsmouth have been shocked to find themselves greeted at Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs) by Environment Agency officers – who have also been checking up on them using social media. They are just a couple of the new approaches the Environment Agency has been testing as part of a trial in the Portsmouth area in its continuing fight against illegal waste operators. Illegal waste sites cost England’s economy nearly £100 million a year (source: Environmental Services Association) with illegal car breakers among the worst offenders. Those operating without the necessary paperwork and infrastructure cause pollution, fires, illegal hazardous waste, and take business away from legitimate operators who are doing their best to run a professional operation. In Portsmouth, dealers posting advertisements on local social media ‘Facebay’ groups promising cash for scrap cars found their activities were being monitored by the Environment Agency. They received a series of private messages from officers asking for their permit number and setting out what they needed to do. The regulator had a 100% response rate to these messages, with some closing their accounts or stopping advertising altogether, causing significant disruption to their business.

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LARGEST UK SALVAGE COLLECTIVE REBRANDS AHEAD OF GROWTH PLANS

10/04/2019

National Salvage, the UK’s largest collective vehicle salvage operator which incorporates NSG and NSA, has rebranded as e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management [e2e]. The rebrand signals the group’s service innovation and business growth goals, underpinned by an unerring focus on performance standards and a strategic aim to raise the bar across the salvage market by redefining best practice.

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TARGETING ILLEGAL VEHICLE DISMANTLERS - EA PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE - PART 4 OF 4

08/04/2019

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TARGETING ILLEGAL VEHICLE DISMANTLERS - EA PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE - PART 3 OF 4

08/04/2019

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TARGETING ILLEGAL VEHICLE DISMANTLERS - EA PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE - PART 2 OF 4

08/04/2019

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