The BVRLA News-in-brief helps to keep members informed of the latest developments and news stories from across the association, the sector and the wider industry.
Many BVRLA members have written to the association asking for clarity on the treatment of combination vehicles for VAT and benefits purposes.
Climate Assembly UK, the citizens’ assembly on climate change recently published its final report for how the UK can reach its legally binding target of net zero emissions by 2050.
The BVRLA’s upcoming Fleets in Charge event will focus on two fundamental issues affecting members today: Road transport decarbonisation and business recovery.
Joining the BVRLA blogging community is Steve Gooding, Director at the RAC Foundation, who shares his thoughts on the future of cars and driving, whilst looking ahead to the end of internal combustion engine vehicles.
The association’s Annual Member Survey is open to anyone working for a BVRLA member organisation and will remain open until midnight on 30 September.
Assessing the condition of a vehicle at the end of a lease is fundamental to BVRLA members' business proposition. The BVRLA's Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Cars course is designed to teach anyone in the industry about the practical application of the Fair Wear & Tear Standard.
The BVRLA’s popular Finance Essentials for the Automotive Industry course, now available online, provides delegates with an update of the essential financial knowledge required to sell the right product in either a B2B or B2C environment.
Don’t miss out on the chance to join the BVRLA’s free Industry Outlook webinar, taking place on Thursday 17 September at 11am.
The BVRLA has joined the Road Haulage Association and other key industry bodies to write to the Rt Hon Michael Gove over the growing concern from the logistics sector about the Government’s preparedness for the end of the EU Exit transition period.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps MP will be addressing BVRLA members and guests at the association’s new ‘Fleets in Charge’ event, taking place on 6 October.
UK new car registrations declined by -5.8% and new light commercial vehicle registrations declined by -16.1% in August, according to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.