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NewsinsightFuelpricesSales figuresRemarketing analysisCar RecruitmentreviewsManufacturernewsNews digestHowever, month-on-month price reductions are somewhat normal for this time of year as auction houses remarket the influx of supply created by the September plate change. Buying from dealers also begins to wane as they prepare for the seasonal down-turn in retail sales. Bob Anderson, NAMA committee member, said: "All indications are that the auction market is likely to perform to expectations for the remainder of 2011. "We expect to see stock inventories fall steadily between now and the end of the year, with condition grade four and five cars continuing to be more difficult to sell if unrealistically priced. Trade demand is likely to ease but competition for the best vehicles will remain high."Gannon concluded: "The critical issue for vendors is to get vehicles on sale the first time they are offered - on average, vehicles sold first time around are making £900 more than vehicles being re-offered for a second or third time."Oct£7,287£5,939£7,419£6,115£7,116£6,136£7,235£5,741£7,739£6,124£7,553£6,394£7,545£6,444£7,413£6,250£7,349£6,255£7,071£6,100£7,000£5,905£7,222£5,945£7,557£6,154OctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulyAugSeptBCAManheimAverage fleet and lease used valuesValues fell as the market become increasingly polarised into 'good' and 'poor' condition carsstaying in service longer, some additional decline in condition is inevitable, but often steps can be taken to 'manage damage'. Driver training, a culture to report and repair damage and in-service inspections are all examples of good practice that can make a real difference."Meanwhile, average wholesale used van values increased by just 0.5% (£22) to £4,037 in October, according to Manheim Remarketing. Compared with October 2010, average values are 1.3% (£55) lower, the average age is seven months higher and the average mileage is up by 3,658 miles.James Davis, director of Commercial Vehicles at Manheim Remarketing, said: "Van values are on a par with the same month in 2010, despite average age and mileage being considerably higher."He concluded: "I do not believe we will see the usual influx of van de-fleet volume in late November early December, so we should see a very buoyant January that serves to kick-start a very healthy 2012 wholesale van marketplace."

SalesfiguresNewsinsightNews digestRemarketing analysisFuelpricesCar RecruitmentreviewsManufacturer news1 CAMBRIDGESHIRE Diesel 142.21 Unleaded 135.552 DERBYSHIRE Diesel 140.86Unleaded 133.853 DORSET Diesel 141.43Unleaded 135.114 GREATER LONDON Diesel 141.58Unleaded 135.175 HEREFORDSHIRE Diesel 143.85Unleaded 136.996 HERTFORDSHIRE Diesel 141.22Unleaded 134.537 INVERNESS-SHIRE Diesel 143.5 Unleaded 137.058 KENT Diesel 141.44Unleaded 135.279 LEICESTERSHIRE Diesel 141.14Unleaded 134.2510 LANCASHIRE Diesel 140.76Unleaded 133.7711 LANARKSHIRE Diesel 140.44Unleaded 133.6312 LINCOLNSHIRE Diesel 140.94Unleaded 134.0713 OXFORDSHIRE Diesel 141.66Unleaded 135.2314 NORTHAMPTONSHIREDiesel 141.58Unleaded 134.7615 NORTH YORKSHIRE Diesel 141.85Unleaded 134.9516 NORFOLK Diesel 140.78 Unleaded 133.8717 SOMERSET Diesel 141.88Unleaded 135.25UK fuel prices (ppl)For full UK fuel price figures Click here 1234567891011121314151617