UK car sales almost disappeared in April, despite Covid-19 Affaires locking

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In February 1946, only a few months after the end of the Second World War, only 4,044 new cars were sold in Britain, which was still under rationing and was trying to rebuild after the wartime destruction, under its first Labor majority government.

Last month, about 4,000 cars were registered, most of the sales being fleet purchases, according to preliminary data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Dealers (SMMT).

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