The BVRLA has responded to the Office for Zero Emission Vehicle’s (OZEV) consultation on the consumer experience at public EV charging.
BVRLA response to Law Commission consultation on Autonomous Vehicles
The BVRLA and its members are supportive of HM Treasury’s work looking at the Sharing Economy. The Sharing Economy is already substantial in the UK and will continue to grow. For fair competition between the Sharing Economy and traditional businesses to exist it is vital that there is a level playing field.
The BVRLA has responded to HM Treasury's Future Regulatory Framework (FRF) Review: Consultation. The consultation marks the launch of the second phase of the FRF Review, which considers how the regulatory framework for financial services needs to adapt to be fit for the future, in particular, to reflect the UK’s new position outside of the EU.
The BVRLA has responded to the Future of Transport team at DfT on a call for evidence on a rural strategy.
HM Treasury published their Net Zero Review: Interim report at the end of 2020. The BVRLA submitted feedback on the report to the Net Zero Review Team at HMT.
The BVRLA has responded to the FCA’s draft updated Tailored Support Guidance for firms. The guidance has been updated to allow motor finance firms to repossess assets from 31 January 2021 (as a last resort and in accordance with all relevant government public health guidelines).
The BVRLA has responded to a market study by the CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) into the electric vehicle charging market.
The Financial Conduct Authority is consulted on its proposals to extend payment deferrals and other support for motor finance customers who are experiencing payment difficulties because of coronavirus.
The BVRLA has responded to the Department for Transport's Call for Evidence on the Safe use of Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) on British motorways.
The BVRLA has responded to the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government's consultation on the Parking Code Enforcement Framework: Enforcing the Private parking Code of Practice (PAS 232)
The Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) covers Government spending plans for the next four years (the remainder of this Parliament). Following detailed engagement across membership, the BVRLA submitted the below representation focusing on ensuring support for zero-emission vehicle uptake, sufficient funding for infrastructure for the transition to zero-emission transport and increased support for transport behaviour change.