Last week, the association submitted its formal response to the Government’s consultation on the proposed phasing out of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans by 2035.
Setting a single date for ending the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles would be a mistake, the BVRLA has told the Government in its response to the 2035 phase out consultation.
The latest BVRLA Interview sees Scott Jenkins, Sales and Operations Director at Autohorn Fleet Services, speaking to BVRLA’s Fran Hampson about how his business has transitioned to offering electric vehicles on their rental fleet.
The Department for Transport has launched two consultations on the regulation of CO2 emissions from new cars, vans and HGVs after the EU transition period ends on 31 December 2020.
The Department for Transport has launched a consultation inviting ideas from the public to help reduce transport emissions and inform a decarbonisation plan to meet the net zero target by 2050.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) hosted BVRLA members and the SMMT at a van workshop this week to discuss vehicle supply, infrastructure and incentives required to help commercial vehicle operators support decarbonisation.
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 BVRLA has written to Transport Minister, Rachael McLean MP, in response to her request for the association to submit recommendations ahead of a more formal consultation on charge points.
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.
Green number plates will be introduced in Autumn to make it easier for cars to be identified as zero emission vehicles.
Transport Minister Rachael Maclean MP has written to the BVRLA asking the association to provide an industry view on a range of topics relating to the use of charge points.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has updated the definition of the price of an electric vehicle for the Plug-in Car Grant (PICG) after the £50,000 eligibility cap was announced at Budget 2020.