The latest press releases from the BVRLA.
Failure to support the fleet sector with a fair and consistent tax regime will seriously threaten Government attempts to decarbonise road transport.
The latest BVRLA leasing broker statistics shows a levelling out of the market during 2018 as the overall rate of growth remained at 10%, commensurate with 2017 figures.
As the closing date looms on government’s consultation Review of WLTP and vehicle taxes, the BVRLA and other leading trade bodies are making a collective call to industry to take action.
To mark Safer Internet Day, the BVRLA is reminding people to be wary of scammers who are promoting bogus vehicle leasing deals online to extract money from unsuspecting customers.
BVRLA urges drivers to think ahead about what documentation is needed when taking a vehicle abroad.
BVRLA membership hit a 20-year high in 2018, a year that saw the association scale up its operations to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly diverse membership.
Many commercial vehicle operators will not have enough time or money to upgrade their fleets for the introduction of the new Leeds Clean Air Zone (CAZ) arriving in January 2020.
The BVRLA shares the BEIS Committee’s disappointment in government’s recent response to the committee’s electric vehicle report, expressing concerns that opportunities are being missed to incentivise the uptake of EVs.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) is giving the gift of advice this Christmas, and recommending consumers take extra care when hiring vehicles for the holidays.
The BVRLA unveiled its Industry Outlook 2019 Report in front of more than 170 industry leaders at the association’s annual industry conference.
The Department for Transport has launched a Rental Vehicle Security Scheme which aims to increase counter-terrorism awareness and preparedness across the sector and mitigate the risk of rental vehicles being used as weapons in acts of terror.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) co-hosted an event with Transport for London (TfL) to explore the impact of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) on van users in the capital.