Findings from the BVRLA’s latest Business Impact Survey show that, although the vehicle rental and leasing industry is optimistic about economic recovery, there is widespread concern about vehicle supply, for vans in particular.
Members are being asked to spare a few moments to complete the second in a series of Business Impact Surveys to ensure that the BVRLA accurately reflects the industry’s voice when discussing the impact of Covid-19 and EU Exit with policymakers.
The BVRLA has launched its first-ever EV Census to collate an accurate picture of how many electric cars and vans are on the collective BVRLA fleet.
The BVRLA has published its Business Impact Survey...
The BVRLA has today published findings from a recent survey assessing the business impact of both the Covid-19 pandemic and EU Exit.
Members who could not attend last week’s ‘Where next for the company car?’ webinar can now view the event via the BVRLA website.
As another lockdown leaves company car activity stalled in suspended animation, a new BVRLA report analyses the market and the long-term trends that will drive its destiny.
The vehicle leasing industry is braced for yet more challenges as the most turbulent year imaginable comes to an end.
Failure to reach an EU trade deal will hit cash-strapped UK businesses, destroy the fragile recovery in the automotive sector and slow down the uptake of electric vehicles, the BVRLA has warned.
The fleet sector’s pivotal role in delivering zero-emission road transport will see it responsible for 75% of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) on UK roads by 2025.
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.