The government has published draft legislation for the next Finance Bill to deliver its Budget 2018 commitments, particularly in relation to Company Car Taxation.
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.
A parliamentary committee raised their concerns, and the concerns of BVRLA members with Transport Minister Jesse Norman MP at an Environmental Audit Committee on 3 April.
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.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has published a guide to provide clarity on the presentation of WLTP and NEDC data in customer information.
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.
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.
HM Treasury has published a consultation seeking the views of stakeholders on a number of issues relating to the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP).
More than 60 BVRLA members visited the MINI UK plant in Oxford last week for the association’s latest Technical and Operational Management Forum.
Ahead of this year’s Budget the BVRLA has urged the Chancellor to energise the take up of plug-in electric vehicles and support the vital role played by the company car.
The BVRLA is urging the Chancellor to use his Autumn Budget statement to energise the take up of plug-in electric vehicles and to support the vital role played by the company car.
The European Commission has accused vehicle makers of using the transition to the new WLTP emissions standard as an opportunity to inflate their emissions values in 2020.