The BVRLA is the trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing sector.
By consulting with government and maintaining industry standards, we help our members deliver safe, sustainable and affordable road transport to millions of consumers and businesses.
Overview of the legislation which ensures employees are not discriminated against on the grounds of age.
Summary of the new business car taxation reform which replaces the expensive car rules with an environmental based regime.
Assists members with the standards their branches and vehicles need to achieve to ensure a pass on the BVRLA CVQA programme.
Overview of the company car tax rules for those employees whose cars change frequently.
Covers the legal obligations on rental companies in relation to providing child car seats and the UK seatbelt rules for children.
A growing number of cities across England have announced that they are considering the introduction of some kind of HGV charging CAZ in a bid to reduce levels of roadside NOx emissions. London is...
Publicly quoted companies will be required to report on their greenhouse gas emission (GHG) for financial years ending on or after 1 October 2013. Members need to consider what advice and assistance...
Advice on how the competition law impacts members when providing vehicles
Overview of the legislation on cancellation rights for consumers and the prior information which has to be provided to a consumer before a contract is concluded
Advice on the new legislation of being the registered keeper of a vehicle which is uninsured.
Impact of the act which prosecutes companies for manslaughter where there gross negligence leads to the death of individual.
Advice for members when vehicles are fitted with telematics or tracking devices and tachographs.
An overview of the principles of the Data Protection Act and how it applies to members.
Advice on circumstances where an individual has purchased a vehicle which still has outstanding finance against it and how they could gain legal title to the vehicle.
Legal obligations and responsibilities - legal rights of customers when a leased vehicle becomes defective or faulty.
How digital tachographs work and best practice advice on using them in rental vehicles.
Following the correct reporting procedure for vehicles which are to be written off.
The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulation governs the sale of goods and services at a distance.The regulation prescribes what has to be provided prior to a...
Driver Certificate of Professional Competence, Driver CPC