The second webinar in the Industry Outlook series focused on market trends and priorities for 2021.
BVRLA responds to Chancellor's Spring Budget:
Our first webinar in the exciting new Fleets in Charge series focused on what the year ahead will bring for electric vehicles.
The BVRLA has published its Business Impact Survey...
The BVRLA has today published findings from a recent survey assessing the business impact of both the Covid-19 pandemic and EU Exit.
In a letter to Business Secretary, the Rt Hon Kwarsi Kwarteng MP, the BVRLA has called upon the Government to provide clearer local authority guidance and new sector-specific support grants for the vehicle rental sector.
The BVRLA’s next free ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities and trends for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.
The BVRLA’s ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.... decarbonisation, EU Exit, adapting to changing business models and Covid-19 recovery.
The BVRLA has been invited to present at the DVLA’s Fleet User Group, taking place today (16 February) on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the vehicle rental and leasing sectors.
The BVRLA met with Lord Grimstone last week. As Minister for Investment across the Department for International Tade and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), he is focused on helping the UK automotive supply chain to thrive and decarbonise after Brexit.
The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will be contacting vehicle operators about their test dates.
The BVRLA’s 2020 Annual Review shows an increase in member satisfaction across all key areas during one of the most challenging years in the association’s 53-year history.
Martyn Collins, Editor of EV Fleet World digital magazine has joined the BVRLA Blogging community to explore the impact to fleets following the 2030 petrol and diesel ban.
The BVRLA has liaised with government departments, London Councils, and the British Parking Association to ensure that delays in the post during lockdown are considered when issuing PCNs.
The Financial Conduct Authority has proposed draft consumer credit guidance to allow motor finance firms to repossess assets from 31 January 2021 and is considering views following a recent consultation.
100 members have so far registered to attend the BVRLA’s free live 60-minute Industry Outlook webinar taking place on Thursday 14 January at 11am.
The BVRLA is hosting two free webinars in January ‘Where next for the company car?’ in conjunction with the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) and 360 Media Group on Wednesday 20th and the latest Industry Outlook webinar ‘A spotlight on business recovery’ on Thursday 14th.
The vehicle leasing industry is braced for yet more challenges as the most turbulent year imaginable comes to an end.