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.
The government has approved Leeds City Council’s plans to introduce a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) that will charge non-Euro VI trucks £50 per day to enter parts of the city from 6th January 2020.
From 28 March 2019, commercial trailers over 750kg and all trailers over 3,500kg must be registered before they can travel through countries that have ratified the 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic.
From the 1 April 2019, the Financial Conduct Authority is applying new rules to allow Small and Medium-Sized businesses (SMEs) to access the Financial Ombudsman Service to make it easier for them to resolve disputes.
Government has confirmed that drivers of rented or leased vehicles will still be required to carry a VE103 certificate when taking their vehicle abroad post 29 March, regardless of the outcome of the EU-Exit deal.
The BVRLA is reminding members of the need to be clear when referencing FCA-regulation in financial promotions, particularly when conducting a mixture of regulated and non-regulated business.
With only six weeks to go to the BVRLA Annual Dinner, the final touches are being made to plans for the industry’s most illustrious social event of the year.
To ensure FCA-compliance, leasing brokers and other regulated firms must be able to show how they conduct business with their customers in a sales process document.
The EU is taking steps to reduce the CO2 emissions, phasing in stricter CO2 emission standards for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles from 2025.
The BVRLA will be hosting the first of a series of Technical and Operational Management Forums in Coventry on 7 February.
The BVRLA can support members’ professional development programmes by designing the ideal learning solution to meet specific needs or delivering BVRLA training courses in-house.
From 28 March 2019, drivers from the UK will need extra documentation to drive in the EU and EEA.