http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/engineering/article5728873.ece Car sales across Europe fell to their lowest level in 20 years last month with a drop of 27 per cent. All countries suffered substantial losses although there were stark differences between them. France proved most resilient in terms of the drop in its market with a fall of 7.9 per cent while Germany, the Continentâs biggest seller, experienced a 14.2 per cent fall. The decline in the British market, published last week, was 30.9 per cent. Dramatic falls were experienced in some countries. In Iceland sales crashed by 88 per cent. Latvia saw a 77.5 per cent fall and the Irish Republicâs market slumped 66 per cent. Wow. Can't believe it. Who the hell still has money in Iceland to buy a car?