The Financial Conduct Authority is warning of unscrupulous fraudsters contacting people and firms through emails, letters and on the phone, claiming to be from the FCA.
Increasing followers and member feedback suggest that the BVRLA LinkedIn channel is a favoured communication tool for many who prefer social media to email.
Transport Minister Rachael Maclean MP has written to the BVRLA asking the association to provide an industry view on a range of topics relating to the use of charge points.
BVRLA members are invited to join this Thursday’s Technical and Operational Management online Forum which focuses on EVs and transport decarbonisation.
BVRLA trainer Roy MacDonald is hosting a Psychological Profiling for Successful Sales webinar on 23 June and members can register to attend, free of charge.
The present restrictions as a result of COVID-19 have led to some uncertainty about the types of activity that remain permissible and what the requirements are.
The BVRLA’s e-Learning Platform has been further enhanced to include a new Business Continuity Management module.
Three new members of the BVRLA Committee of Management were welcomed at the association’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday 21 May.
The Health & Safety Executive has issued a safety alert for those carrying out or responsible for work on vehicles with air suspension systems.
With many employees working from home or on furlough, the BVRLA is encouraging members to promote the range of free BVRLA webinars to their employees.