As 2017 draws to a close, the BVRLA has published its Annual Review to provide an overview of what the association has been doing throughout the year to support members.
It provides an update on the BVRLA’s activities in representing the sector in the high-profile policy and media debates surrounding air quality, personal motor finance and vehicle-based terrorism.
It also focuses on the association’s work in boosting the value of membership; differentiating a BVRLA member from a non-member, supporting members’ product offerings and giving additional confidence to consumers.
BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney said: “Much of our activity in 2017 has been focussed around refining our communications, services, support, regulatory and advisory work to be much more tailored to the needs of our individual membership sectors.”
All members have been sent a printed copy of the 2017 Annual Review. Digital versions can be accessed here via the BVRLA website.