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2024 NTDA Tyre Industry Conference to tackle diverse range of topics

Following on from the huge success of the 2023 event, this year’s NTDA Tyre Industry Conference, sponsored, once again, by GB Tyres UK Ltd and which precedes the 95th Annual Dinner on the 10th October at the DoubleTree in Milton Keynes, is shaping up to deliver yet another fascinating array of presentations from leading trade experts. In addition to the Association updates from the NTDA CEO and National Chairman, speakers from the Professional Recovery Operators...

NTDA proud to support the UK Garage and Bodyshop Event at the NEC in June

The NTDA is proud to support the UK Garage and Bodyshop Event which will return to the NEC Birmingham on the 5-6 June 2024 The UK Garage and Bodyshop Event returns for its second edition at the NEC in June 2024, promising to deliver an unparalleled opportunity for industry professionals to access the most dynamic training, technologies and tools for their trade. With the UK Aftermarket in the midst of its biggest shift in living...

BTMA and NTDA to push for improved, modernised MOT

The British Tyre Manufacturers Association (BTMA) and National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA), who represent tyre manufacturers and retailers in the UK, welcome the government’s decision to maintain the present 3-1-1 MOT testing regime for light vehicles. Once again, industry and motorists have joined together to defend a cornerstone of the UK’s exceptional record on road safety, one of the best in the world. The MOT test was first introduced in 1960 to assure the effectiveness...

NTDA WELCOMES OUTCOME OF DfT MOT CONSULTATION

Today, 25th January 2024, the Department for Transport (DfT) has published its response to the extensive consultation on modernising MOT testing for cars, motorbikes and vans. Launched in January 2023, the consultation sought views to ensure roadworthiness checks continue to balance the cost to motorists, road safety, advances in vehicle technology and tackling vehicle emissions. The NTDA has vociferously campaigned for many years to ensure that the frequency of MOT testing remains at 3-1-1, primarily...