Car shops in Britain are closing in winter to make room for more snow.
BBC News says that car owners can expect to pay £400 for a new car from January until the end of April.
Cars sold at the shops will be delivered free of charge.
BBC said that while it was “not yet clear whether car dealerships will continue to be closed for winter” the decision was made to provide a safety net for car owners and dealers who may not be able to cope with the cold weather.
Cars will be sent to dealerships that can accept them, the broadcaster added.
BBC also reports that the government is planning to cut the number of car licences from 10,000 to 5,000.
There are currently just over 5,500 of those licenses, BBC reported.
BBC reported that the move was “expected to make the country’s roads more snow-covered” and is designed to help reduce congestion and pollution.
It was not clear whether the move would affect all of the UK, however.
BBC added that car shops would be open from January 14, 2019, to March 31, 2020, and that dealerships would close from April 3 to March 30, 2019.