Press Releases


The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency needs to be given dedicated resources to meet the looming enforcement challenges associated with the HGV Road User Levy and the increased privatisation of t


The BVRLA has successfully lobbied for minor van modifications such as ply-lining and racking to be exempted from the new type approval regulations being introduced this Spring.


Rental and leasing companies already operate the biggest volume of low emission vehicles on UK roads, but the BVRLA is now trying to help the industry make even greater strides in reducing carbon –


The BVRLA kicked-off 2012 with a ‘Fleet Optimist’s Guide’ and this positive message certainly seemed to rub off on the industry last year.


The BVRLA has welcomed news that the government is giving serious consideration to abolishing the tax disc.


The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA), the trade body for the UK car rental industry, is re-issuing its advice for customers to take extra care when confronted with cheap deals


The rapidly evolving car rental market is set to provide greater access to mobility, reducing car ownership and helping the government to tackle the congestion and emissions that blight many urban


BVRLA members expect fleets to grow in 2013, with the leasing sector defying the government’s ‘tax attack’ and continuing to make a strong business case for the traditional company car.


Commenting on today’s Autumn Statement, BVRLA chief executive John Lewis reiterated the association’s call for the leasing industry to retain its access to the 100% first-year allowances available


The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has welcomed news that Transport for London wants to make its emissions-based Congestion Charge discount technology neutral and available to vans.