Kenneth Malmberg, Senior Director, Market Development and Alliances at Ridecell EMEA GmbH looks at automotive and mobility changes that have been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic and consequent shift in consumer mindset.
The BVRLA has launched a new ‘EV Hub’ and is inviting expressions of interest from members who would like to become a brand partner.
The Association of Fleet Professionals and the BVRLA have joined forces to call upon Government to take steps to ensure that the Advisory Electricity Rate (AER) for electric vehicles is fit-for-purpose.
Drivers entering Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will now be subject to penalty charges if entering the zone in a non-compliant vehicle.
The recently revamped ‘Your Introduction to the Fleet Industry’ instructor-led online course has proved a hit following its debut last month and bookings are now being taken for September dates.
Members are invited to express interest in joining the BVRLA Regulation and Compliance Working Group, bringing together experts in the field of legal, compliance and risk, from across membership.
It is a big week for Used BEVs at the BVRLA. Yesterday the association hosted a Used BEV Workshop with over 50 attendees – a mix of BVRLA rental and leasing members plus associates including vehicle manufacturers, dealers, online platforms, data and service providers. Later in the week is the RVR Forum with a used BEV focus.
The association’s latest Business Impact Survey shows that although the vehicle rental and leasing industry is optimistic about economic recovery, there is widespread concern about vehicle supply.
The BVRLA’s free ‘Charging the EV revolution’ webinar on 23 June will focus on what members need to know about charging infrastructure.
As a growing number of leasing brokers are offering GAP insurance services, members are being reminded to check that they have the appropriate FCA permissions in place.