Wendy Williamson, chief executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) joins the BVRLA blog community to look at the challenge of fair competition and the motorist’s right to a variety of service maintenance options.
Wendy Williamson, chief executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) looks at the challenge of allowing fair competition in a technological era and the motorist’s right to have the choice of where they take their vehicle to have it repaired or serviced.
The Government must support flexible, pay-as-you-go forms of motoring in order to improve the urban environment and encourage people to walk, cycle and use more public transport.
Subject experts from across the BVRLA membership are being encouraged to take part in one of the association’s Working Groups, which focus on a range of business-critical issues affecting the industry.
Mobility Credits were also covered in a recent editorial for GreenFleet Magazine, where the BVRLA explored how a ‘pay-as-you-go’ approach to road transport can drive future mobility.
Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat Member of the London Assembly, has written to London Mayor Sadiq Khan endorsing the BVRLA’s mobility credits scrappage scheme, which offers a mobility credit in exchange for a household scrapping its older, more polluting vehicle.
Smart, integrated urban delivery options fit for the future will be debated this July at the BVRLA’s Future Mobility Congress.
The BVRLA has recently given evidence to the Commission on Travel Demand for their Shared Mobility Inquiry.
The BVRLA’s Future Mobility Congress in July will provide a day packed full of expert analysis, intelligent debate and vital insight for delegates.
Joining the BVRLA Blogging community is Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles at Department for Transport and BEIS. In his blog, Iain explains how BVRLA members are at the heart of the next mobility revolution.