Press Releases


The BVRLA has welcomed the first results of the Government’s Red Tape Challenge, which could have major benefits for the vehicle leasing and rental sector.


The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has welcomed government proposals to centralise Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) activities and move more of its services online.


The commercial vehicle rental industry is expecting an upsurge in business following the introduction of new London Low Emission Zone standards from next year.


UK rental cars emit less CO2 and local air pollutants, are safer and are used more efficiently than the average privately-owned car.


The BVRLA is partnering with technology company Ebbon-Dacs to provide the fleet industry with a free online vehicle safety recall notification system in 2012.


Electric vehicle manufacturers need to reduce their prices if they want to energise the market, the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has warned.


Car rental customers should be aware that the excess-waiver insurance offered by third-party providers is very different from the no-risk cover offered by their car hire company.


Banning any form of age discrimination in the vehicle rental industry could cost the sector more than £34m per year and add up to 30% to the price of hiring a car or van.


Road transport red tape is under the spotlight and the BVRLA is urging the entire fleet industry to suggest regulations that should be removed or amended.


Neil Cunningham has taken over as the new Chairman of the BVRLA, replacing LeasePlan’s Kevin McNally, who completes his two-year term.