The BVRLA has introduced a new dedicated webpage and email bulletin to help keep members updated on the latest guidance, information and business advice relating to Covid-19.
As the latest group of businesses and premises shut their doors, vehicle rental branches across the UK are providing cars, vans, minibuses and trucks to ensure that key workers are mobile and essential services are maintained.
As more people find themselves working from home following the imposition of measures and restrictions to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, many will feel a sense of isolation.
The BVRLA has produced a new factsheet providing members with advice about how to treat customers in default or arrears who may be experiencing an income reduction.
The UK Government yesterday confirmed that all retail outlets selling non-essential goods must close immediately to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The BVRLA has urged policymakers to work with the vehicle rental sector in maintaining the essential movement of goods, people and services during the COVID-19 virus outbreak.
As the pace of change continues to develop, the BVRLA is working hard to ensure that members are provided with regular, rapid and repeated communications on all the latest advice and guidance relating to Covid-19.
The association has introduced a number of new sections to the BVRLA website to help effectively brigade relevant information relating to several important and emerging areas of interest to members.
The association is introducing a number of changes in response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak with the aim of keeping staff and members safe.
The government is recommending that businesses and employers familiarise themselves with the latest guidance including what to do if an employee or member of the public becomes unwell.
The BVRLA has received queries from rental members who are concerned about the risks of their vehicles being used by customers/passengers who have coronavirus.