RMIF

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RMIFRetail Motor Industry Federation
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The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) will open a new training facility at the park to act as an industry resource for MOT tester training.
THE Retail Motor Industry Federation has welcomed a Government recommendation that the frequency of MoTs should remain as it is, firstly after three years and then annually thereafter.
But the Retail Motor Industry Federation, which represent fuel retailers, said there was at least 70 days stock of fuel which would comfortably meet the demand of motorists, providing they did not start to panic buy.
That is the claim of the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) which is now issuing advice to overcome fears.
Stephen Latham, of the Retail Motor Industry Federation, said: "The majority of these commercial vehicles are used by the service industry which is very much driven by selfemployed people and small businesses.
The recently-announced extension to the pounds 2,000 scrap-a-banger deal will also ensure the car industry thrives through this time of economic uncertainty, says the dealers' representative body, the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI).
The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) has urged the Government to follow in the footsteps of the French, who extended their scrappage initiative, which was due to finish at the end of this year, until 2011.
Sue Robinson, director of the Retail Motor Industry Federation, which represents dealers, said: "We hope the Vehicle Scrappage Scheme will stimulate the new car market and encourage consumers back to showrooms.
CHANGES to Vehicle Excise Duty coming into force from this month will cost dealers dearly, with additional expense for consumers, warns the Retail Motor Industry Federation.
This is the view of the Retail Motor Industry Federation, which represents the UK retail motor sector.
WITH credit card fraud still on the rise, businesses need to make sure they are protecting themselves and their customers from fraudsters, warns the Retail Motor Industry Federation.
The Retail Motor Industry Federation is warning garages that they cannot fail a vehicle until the deferment is lifted, which means that vehicles with improperly displayed registrations will be declared legal by official MoT testing stations.
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