News Archive

(14/05/2018)

The association’s bimonthly newsletter has been revamped to make it easier to read on digital channels. Published in a new landscape format, it is packed full of news from the BVRLA and is a ‘must read’ for members.

(14/05/2018)

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published new information sheets which should be used by members when notifying a consumer that they are in arrears or default on their regulated consumer credit agreement.

(14/05/2018)

Last week the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, presented his new 2050 Environment Strategy to the London Assembly for consideration, ahead of its official publication in the coming weeks.

(08/05/2018)

As holidaymakers start to plan their summer vacations, the BVRLA is urging members to remind customers of their obligations to carry a VE103 certificate when taking vehicles abroad.

(08/05/2018)

The Welsh Government has launched a consultation on the introduction of Clean Air Zones (CAZs) in areas with poor air quality.

(08/05/2018)

The way that the MOT test works in England, Scotland and Wales will change from Sunday 20 May 2018. The changes will affect cars, vans, motorcycles and other light passenger vehicles.

(08/05/2018)

With only a few weeks to go until the introduction of the new General Data Protection Regulation, the BVRLA is reminding members to ensure that they are prepared and compliant with the new laws.

(08/05/2018)

The Financial Conduct Authority will soon require FCA-regulated firms which offer consumer credit to make adequate and proportionate arrangements to identify and effectively manage risks from incentive and performance management schemes.

(30/04/2018)

Fifty members participated in the association’s Affordability and Treating Customers Fairly Webinar last week. It provided guidance to members on why this topic is of importance with the FCA, common pitfalls and advice on how the BVRLA’s compliance work can support members businesses.

(30/04/2018)

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has launched its earned recognition scheme providing a new way for firms operating lorries, buses and coaches to prove that they meet driver and vehicle standards.