11-12 October 2022
NEC Birmingham


Registrants should have received their badge info by email when they initially registered. They should search their emails for “Fleet & Mobility Live”. They will also be sent a reminder email on Monday morning with their badge information before the event, however if they have any concerns or can’t find their badge, they should contact [email protected].

All attendees are required to print badges at event. Contactless printing facilities available at registration, please have your barcode from your confirmation email ready.

Yes, catering will be available in the café within the event hall and within the NEC’s foyer. Please click here for more information.

Yes, there is a sit-down café within the event hall.

We are a cashless event and ask all attendees to bring a contactless payment method where possible to reduce contact.

Yes, toilets will be available within the event hall and throughout the NEC.

The organisers have made their best endeavours to be DDA compliant. We also ask each exhibitor to make their stand DDA compliant when they submit their stand designs. If you have any concerns about accessibility at the event, please contact us.

Yes, there is disabled car park at the NEC please click here to book your spot.

Yes, we have 3 seminar theatres that will follow government guidelines. There is no booking system in place so you can just turn up to the seminars, however there will be seating capacities so we encourage you to use the agenda ahead of time to plan the sessions you'd like to attend and arrive promptly. There will also be standing room if seats are taken as they are open theatres and not behind closed doors.

No dogs will be prohibited at the event (expect for guide dogs, hearing dogs and registered assistance dogs) and, for the avoidance of doubt, should not be left in any vehicle parked at the event.

No, children under the age of 16 are not permitted due to the nature of the event.

No, however the NEC parking policy can be found here.

Yes, electric car charging points is something that the NEC can offer, please click here for more information.