Visitor top tips
The UK Roads Traffex Live Crash Demonstration Day is the UK's
largest event of its kind, with over 500 carefully selected
visitors expected to attend. So, in order to make sure you get the
very best from your visit, here are our top tips designed to make
sure you do just that...
1) Plan your
With plenty of exhibitors, external displays and live crash
demonstrations to see, there will be plenty for you to do at the
event. Make sure you don't miss anything by looking in advance at
the crash schedule and by scanning the exhibitor list to see who
you want to meet.
2) Book your
We understand that budgets are tight, so save money and book
your transport in advance. Train line companies often release
cheaper tickets for the early birds, and with entrance and parking
free of charge, we've tried to make it as cost-effective as we can
for you to attend.
3) Register sooner
rather than later:
We are expecting the event to be very busy, with around 500
visitors set to be attending on the day. So if you are interested
in attending please book your place early.
It will be a unique opportunity to meet the right people and
make new contacts. Bring plenty of business cards and don't be
afraid to get some face to face time with colleagues, peers, and
5) Ask questions:
With hundreds of experts and trade associations in one place, it
will be the perfect time to ask questions. You can be sure that the
exhibitors will be happy to show you what their products can really
do and how they can benefit you. Why not also take some time to
6) Keep an open
Don't just look for the things you know about already. Many
companies will use the event as a the launch pad for their latest
products, services and money saving ideas. Take time to explore the
stands and hear what people have to say say, and we're confident
that you'll leave with new ideas for your organisation.
7) Bring a
The 2016 event will be CPD certified, so why not bring someone
new to the demonstrations? We guarantee they will leave better
informed, proud of the industry they work in and with an extended
little black book of contacts.