Martin Brown, managing director of the Fleet Alliance Group and newly appointed BVRLA board member from the Leasing Broker Committee, explains the importance of leasing in driving the move to greener road transport.
Following on from his recent presentation at the BVRLA’s inaugural Leasing Broker Conference, James Davis, Customer Insight and Strategy Director for Commercial Vehicles at Cox Automotive poses the £100 billion question about EV vans
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
Joseph Cosier, Policy Executive at Energy UK, the trade association for the British energy industry, shares his views on why tax reform is needed to encourage drivers to transition from internal combustion engine to low carbon vehicles.
Bob Saynor, Driver Training Consultant for the Energy Saving Trust shares driving advice that will not only reduce emissions but save on fuel and costs too.
The new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will charge all but the greenest vehicles to enter central London. BVRLA members provide affordable access to the newest, cleanest cars, vans and trucks. Using a range of business models, they can provide pay-as-you-go access to ULEZ compliant vehicles by the minute, hour, day, week, month or year.
Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles at DfT and BEIS explains how British companies are at the heart of the next mobility revolution and will provide valuable innovations and insights for change.
Director of External Relations, Toby Poston talks about the challenges of urban transport and sustainable planning from horses to modern day mobility services.
The BVRLA has published a Ultra Low Emission Zone factsheet outlining the role that the vehicle rental, leasing and car club sector can play in accelerating the uptake of ultra-low emission vehicles and encouraging people to use more active, public and shared modes of transport. The association has also shared a list of recommendations for policymakers to consider.
To help improve air quality, an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will be implemented within central London from 8 April 2019. Most vehicles, including cars, vans, and trucks will need to meet new, tighter exhaust emission standards (ULEZ standards) or pay a daily charge to travel within the ULEZ.
Transport for London’s Project Communications Specialist, Catherine Westoby explains what steps are being taken tackle the capital’s air pollution crisis to improve the health and wellbeing of Londoners.