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.
HM Revenue & Customs has released the new rates that apply from 1 March 2021. The previous Advisory Fuel Rates (AFR) can be used for up to one month from this date.
From 1 June 2021, Birmingham will operate a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) imposing charges on those driving high polluting vehicles into certain parts of the city.
In a letter to Business Secretary, the Rt Hon Kwarsi Kwarteng MP, the BVRLA has called upon the Government to provide clearer local authority guidance and new sector-specific support grants for the vehicle rental sector.
The BVRLA has today published findings from a recent survey assessing the business impact of both the Covid-19 pandemic and EU Exit.
The BVRLA’s next free ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities and trends for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.
Motorists across the UK are set to shift to a greener fuel with the introduction of E10 at petrol stations in September 2021.
The National Cyber Security Centre has launched the second phase of its Cyber Aware campaign targeting micro business owners.
With Transport for London’s Direct Vision Standard now being enforced across London, the BVRLA was able to obtain a last-minute understanding for those companies who are in the process of purchasing compliant vehicles.
Following on from the BVRLA’s popular online instructor-led Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Cars training course, the association has now introduced a new Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Commercial Vehicles over 3.5t.
The BVRLA’s ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.... decarbonisation, EU Exit, adapting to changing business models and Covid-19 recovery.
Transport Minister, Rachel Maclean MP and DEFRA Minister, Rebecca Pow MP, met with the BVRLA and a selection of members to hear the industry’s concerns about the lack of a centralised payment portal for Clean Air Zones.