Press Releases


More than fifty companies from the vehicle rental and motor insurance sectors came together this week to address the issue of soaring insurance premiums.


The BVRLA has taken the first steps to counter the fleet sector ‘tax attack’ launched in this year’s Budget.


The BVRLA has welcomed an influx of new talent from across the vehicle rental and leasing industry at its AGM today.


UK operators running more than 50 trucks could end up paying millions more in vehicle excise duty as part of the Government’s plans to bring in a lorry road user charge.


Commenting on today’s Budget, BVRLA chief executive John Lewis said:


The BVRLA has welcomed the Prime Minister’s call for extra investment in roads, but called for the government to address the way England's road network is overseen before embarking on new road pric


Government and vehicle manufacturers are going to have to introduce long-term incentives and price cuts if they hope to create a sustainable market for ultra-low emission vans.


The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association is urging the government to apply its ‘fair and simple’ approach to motoring taxation.


The BVRLA has welcomed plans to make foreign hauliers pay for their use of UK roads.


Despite most economists producing a dire prognosis for the year ahead, the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has engaged in some positive thinking by producing a ‘Fleet Optimists’ guid