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Show motors out of town in 2010

Published: Friday 20th of March 2009

The decision has been made to cancel the 2010 British International Motor Show, organisers have announced.

Set to be held in London, the event has been called off due to the current pressures facing the motoring industry.

"The global credit crunch has placed the automotive sector under unique pressure and has created a level of uncertainty that deters manufacturers from committing to large-scale, international events," the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders revealed.

Speaking on behalf of International Motor Industry Events, joint managing director Rob Mackenzie said the decision was fully endorsed and organisers look forward to putting on a "world class event" once the market recovers.

Visitors to London will still have plenty to do over the coming months, with the London Pass being a great way to explore.

For example, pass holders can embark on a City Cruise to see the best parts of London, saving themselves £10.50 per adult and £5.25 per child.

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