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The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey results, showing its members’ fleet remains substantially cleaner than national levels with average emissions for the BVRLA total car fleet at 112.0g/km, representing a year on year fall of 0.9g/km across the car fleet.
The motor vehicle leasing and rental industry accounts for more than one in every seven vehicles on the UK’s roads, solving transport issues for businesses and individuals alike.
Connectivity and vehicle data are already disrupting the traditional economics and R&D focus of the automotive industry, as well as many of the legal frameworks and business models that have served the fleet industry for so many years.
The BVRLA Fleet Sustainability Credentials show that the rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport. The new data shows 94% of the BVRLA car rental fleet and 75% of leased cars are Clean Air Zone (CAZ) compliant just fifteen months before the first zones are expected to begin operating. These figures are well ahead of the average for all UK cars, where only 57% meet CAZ emission requirements.
The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey results, showing that the overall car leasing market shrank for the first time since BVRLA started compiling this survey in 2014, with the total fleet leasing sector for cars and vans at 1.329m, a fall of 16,000 on the same period last year.