A host of recognised names from across the industry have been confirmed as sponsors of the association’s Annual Dinner, taking place on Thursday 21 April in London.
Professor David Bailey will give a high-level academic view on the motor industry over the next 12 months, including his thoughts on what could disrupt the market, at the upcoming digital Residual Value and Remarketing (RVR) Forum on the 10 February.
The BVRLA’s next Fleets in Charge webinar, ‘Untangling the charging conundrum’, will see the launch of a new report looking into the most pressing charging challenges facing fleets.
The BVRLA today hosted a virtual round table to bring senior representatives from across the association’s membership together with senior decision makers from the UK Government.
BVRLA Learning and Development offers a blended training approach to compliance. This combines a range of instructor-led courses and e-learning solutions that support and evidence compliance with the Financial Conduct Authority’s training and competence regime, as well as the BVRLA Code of Conduct.
The DVLA wishes to advise BVRLA members that, due to a third party undertaking essential maintenance work over the weekend, the following services will be impacted.
The Government has announced that England’s Plan B measures are to end from Thursday (27th), with mandatory face coverings in public places no longer required.
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) is working with other regulators to ensure a more joined-up approach to the way they set and enforce their regulatory regimes.
The Government has announced the relaxation of travel restrictions on people arriving into England.
One hundred and fifty members tuned-in to attend the latest BVRLA Industry Outlook webinar, which featured key insights around what fleets are seeking from their suppliers in 2022 and beyond.
The increasing appeal of electric vehicles is helping the leasing sector to return to growth following the initial impact of the pandemic, according to the latest figures from the BVRLA. The latest Leasing Outlook report, which covers the third quarter of 2021 also shows the BVRLA fleet has returned to growth for the first time in three years, up 2.8% year on year.