News Archive

(12/02/2018)

BVRLA members are receiving a growing number of letters from the British Oil Security Syndicate, the trade body for fuel retailers, attempting to recover fuel debts owed by motorists driving rented or leased vehicles.

(05/02/2018)

The Department for Transport has given its first official departmental confirmation of a likely timetable to introduce the new laboratory cycle for Light-duty vehicles, the World Light-duty Test Procedure (WLTP).

(05/02/2018)

The BVRLA is delighted to announce that the 2018 Fleet Technology Congress will take place on Thursday 5 July at the Williams Formula 1 Conference Centre in Oxfordshire. Members are encouraged to save the date and book a place.

(05/02/2018)

Rental members will soon be invited to take part in the BVRLA’s latest study into the rental.

(05/02/2018)

The BVRLA has published a factsheet and is running a webinar to provide advice and guidance to Leasing Brokers and other regulated members who operate staff incentive schemes to help drive business performance.

(05/02/2018)

The Parking (Code of Practice) Bill has passed its Second Reading.

(05/02/2018)

Transport for London would like us to remind members that they are not able to make representation to transfer liability for the London Congestion Charge when the customer has a rental or lease agreement in place which exceeds six months in duration.

(29/01/2018)

Latest data from the BVRLA shows that membership has continued to grow throughout 2017. As the association’s 50th year drew to a close, membership reached 931, with a record fleet size of almost 5 million vehicles – that’s 1-in-8 cars, 1-in-5 vans and 1-in-5 trucks licenced on UK roads.

(29/01/2018)

The BVRLA canvassed the opinions of over 4,000 individuals from across all sectors of membership to gain valuable insight into members’ views.

(29/01/2018)

The BVRLA, Energy Saving Trust and Leeds City Council were joined last week by the Association of Car Fleet Operators, Fleet News and a number of national and regional fleet operators at the first in a series of planned regional air quality roundtables.