There have been numerous concerns raised with the BVRLA about obtaining a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) to access the zero-emission mileage (ZEM) figure.
HM Treasury has confirmed that it will not be delaying the introduction of WLTP-based motoring taxation in April.
The BVRLA welcomed the range of electric vehicle grants and tax incentives announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in last week’s Budget.
HMRC has answered the BVRLA’s final questions on the WLTP transition.
As the deadline approaches for the transition to WLTP values for VED and Benefit-in-Kind, the BVRLA continues to seek clarification from HMRC to address members’ concerns.
Following a surge in the number of mild hybrid electric vehicle registrations, members are seeking clarification on their tax treatment, particularly of diesel mild hybrids.
The BVRLA is urging companies to review their fleet policies now as a continued shortage of reliable data threatens to disrupt the move to a new VED and Company Car Tax (CCT) regime in April.
Confusion around CO2 figures relating to modified vans following the introduction of WLTP has prompted the BVRLA to seek clarity from government.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, has announced he is planning to hold a Budget on Wednesday 6 November 2019.
The Transport Committee has announced intentions to start a national debate about road pricing which was last explored over a decade ago prior to the then Labour Government’s road pricing plans being abandoned.
Ahead of the Chancellor’s Spending Round Statement this week, the BVRLA has written to Sajid Javid urging him to use this and the Autumn Budget as an opportunity to support fleets.
The BVRLA is backing calls for motorhomes to be reclassified as commercial vehicles in order to prevent a massive hike in vehicle excise duty (VED).