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.
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The paper counterpart of the driver licence was abolished on 8 June 2015 as part of the Government's Red Tape Challenge initiative to remove unnecessary administrative burdens on drivers. The...
The Chancellor has made his annual Autumn Statement, and set out the Government's spending plans for the next three year cycle, as part of the Comprehensive Spending Review.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has delivered his eighth Budget at the House of Commons, and set out the Government's spending plans.
To help customers have a wide access to vehicle rental, the BVRLA has collated details of the major rental companies policies for renting vehicles.
If you have been refused a rental due to being on the BVRLA RISC Online database, as a data subject you have the right to find out what information is being held about you under the Data...
In 2011 the BVRLA asked transport research body TRL to conduct research into the sustainability credentials of vehicle rental.
The revised Commercial Vehicle and Minibus Code of Conduct was launched on 15 July 2015, the fifth of five sector-specific codes clarifying standards for the BVRLA’s different types of member.
The BVRLA urged the Chancellor to use his 2018 Budget statement to energise the take up of plug-in electric vehicles and support the vital role played by the company car.
Harnessing the potential of automotive technology and meeting the demand for a new generation of mobility services will be one of our industry's biggest challenges in coming years.