The BVRLA wrote to the Chancellor Philip Hammond in advance of the Spring Statement reminding him of the importance of getting the tax regime right to support the fleet sector.
As government indicates that the fleet sector must continue to wait for a published response to the recent review into the impact of WLTP on Vehicle Excise Duty and company car tax, the BVRLA is urging the industry to keep-up the momentum on tax reform.
Joining the BVRLA Blogger community, Claire Evans, Head of Fleet Consultancy at Zenith shares her views on why government needs to rethink its approach to vehicle taxation.
Jay Parmar and Paul Thompson from the BVRLA policy team recently met with Downing Street officials to take the views and concerns of members to the heart of government.
Claire Evans, Head of Fleet Consultancy at Zenith, explains why government needs to rethink its approach to vehicle tax
The BVRLA has brought together nine organisations representing economists, fleets, motorists, the automotive industry, energy providers, and local government to contribute to a new BVRLA report sharing perspectives on vehicle tax reform.
An influential group of future mobility stakeholders are calling for a new policy on motoring taxation.
Having responded to government’s Review of WLTP and Vehicle Taxes consultation, the BVRLA is now asking members, their customers, employees and drivers to keep up the momentum by contacting their MPs to send a clear message to government on vehicle taxation.
Failure to support the fleet sector with a fair and consistent tax regime will seriously threaten Government attempts to decarbonise road transport.
As the closing date looms on government’s consultation Review of WLTP and vehicle taxes, the BVRLA is calling upon members to take action before Sunday’s deadline.
As the closing date looms on government’s consultation Review of WLTP and vehicle taxes, the BVRLA and other leading trade bodies are making a collective call to industry to take action.
The BVRLA shares the BEIS Committee’s disappointment in government’s recent response to the committee’s electric vehicle report, expressing concerns that opportunities are being missed to incentivise the uptake of EVs.