As Government announces that mandatory MOT testing is to be reintroduced from 1 August 2020, the BVRLA is encouraging members to get tests booked in now to avoid the backlog.
Consumers are being urged to be on the lookout for holiday scams including fake caravan and motorhome listings as criminals are taking advantage of growing demand for staycations in the UK.
The BVRLA has written to policymakers, making clear that the vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sectors can deliver a swift rebound in the economy and a faster trajectory towards transport decarbonisation.
The vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sector can work with policymakers to deliver a swift rebound in the economy and a faster trajectory towards transport decarbonisation.
The present restrictions as a result of COVID-19 have led to some uncertainty about the types of activity that remain permissible and what the requirements are.
Members are encouraged to register to attend the BVRLA’s free Working with Covid-19 webinar taking place at 10am tomorrow, Wednesday 20 May.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and a good time to remind ourselves and others of the importance of good mental well-being, particularly during these challenging times.
The BVRLA has expressed bemusement at the decision to reintroduce and raise the capital’s emission zone charges, at a time when businesses and families are facing unprecedented levels of financial hardship.
The aim of this guide is to provide support and guidance to BVRLA members on the running of their operations during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The BVRLA has published an operating guide to support those working in the vehicle rental and leasing sectors as businesses in England start to resume operations following lockdown.
The BVRLA is urging members to familiarise themselves with the Competition and Markets Authority guidance relating to customer contracts, cancellations and refunds during the Covid crisis.
Unprecedented levels of fiscal support from the UK Government will continue to see over half of all adults being paid by the state as the furlough scheme is extended until the end of October.
BVRLA Chief welcomes the Chancellor's announcement to extend and increase the flexibility of the furlough scheme
Earlier today, 50 people from across 29 BVRLA member organisations tuned in to the association’s Motor Finance Forbearance webinar.
As the Government continues to announce new initiatives, guidance and advice about the coronavirus, it is crucial for members to be kept aware of any developments that will help to protect them and their businesses.
The BVRLA has urged the Financial Conduct Authority to work with its colleagues in government to ensure all motor finance customers get the appropriate support during the COVID-19 crisis.
The BVRLA is hosting a free hour-long webinar for members on 28 April at 10:30am
On this 45-minute webinar the BVRLA team provided a recap on some of the operational and financial support that has already been provided to the vehicle rental and leasing sector and highlight the issues that we are still focusing on.
The BVRLA is urging dealerships and other delivery agents to start moving vehicles again in order to unclog the thousands of cars and vans that are congesting the automotive supply chain.