Analysis of global scrappage policies and potential impact on the future aftermarket

Analysis of global scrappage policies and potential impact on the future aftermarket

Publication Date: 11-May-2022
Number of Pages: 16

This report combines information on global scrappage policies with data on the total number of vehicles that are designated as end-of-life in key countries, to present analysis on the importance and impact on the automotive aftermarket.

The analysis in this report is presented for key countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Germany, Italy, and Mainland China, between 2012 and 2020.

In addition to the report, the attached global vehicle scrappage tracker document provides a more detailed look at a number of scrappage policies, from a historical perspective.  

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
c) Introduction
d) Key takeaways

2. Global scrappage policy analysis
 

3. Key country scrappage policy analysis
a) US
b) Germany
c) France
d) UK
e) Italy
f) Mainland China
g) Japan

4. Conclusion

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