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The government wants to give young, inexperienced drivers free rein to hire sports cars, vans and commercial vehicles - putting more lives at risk on Britain’s roads, claims the British Vehicle Ren


Leading contract hire and leasing firms have pledged their commitment to the leasing broker sector but warned that they are only looking for long-term relationships that produce high-quality busine


The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has launched its updated guide to help users enjoy a successful car rental experience, whether they are driving for business or leisure.


The BVRLA has urged the Department for Transport to be more ambitious in its attempts to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on Britain’s roads.


The short-term rental sector was hit by a recession-induced crime wave last year, with the annual BVRLA Theft and Fraud Survey reporting a 12% rise in vehicle thefts.


The BVRLA has launched its revised Guide to Driving at Work.


Kevin McNally has taken over as new chairman of the BVRLA, replacing Nigel Stead who has completed his two-year term.


The cash-strapped DVLA needs a more reliable source of funding so that it can provide businesses with the modern, electronic services it has promised.


The 2009 Budget has provided little relief for the wider UK economy and created extra problems for many involved in the road transport sector.


The BVRLA has warned the government not to neglect the vitally important used car and van market in its attempts to stimulate the sale of new vehicles.