The latest issue of BVRLA News provides insight into the work of the association during the first half of the year and is packed full of not-to-be-missed news and updates for members.
When it comes to leasing a vehicle, drivers face a bewildering array of options. Aside from choosing the right vehicle for the job, customers also need to consider which type of motor finance is appropriate, what they can afford, which additional services might be required and the terms of their agreement and how it should be managed.
The UK’s new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market declined for the seventh consecutive month in July, down -20.7% to 18,722 units, according to the latest figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Do you and your team want to know how to evaluate a car's condition in accordance with the BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Cars?
The BVRLA is hosting its annual Parliamentary Reception next month, as it welcomes MPs, members, industry stakeholders and Transport Minister Trudy Harrison to a reception at the House of Commons.
The FCA has published new rules intended to make fully authorised financial firms (principals) more responsible for their appointed representatives (ARs). The updates coincide with the incoming Consumer Duty and are designed to help prevent consumers being mis-sold or mis-led by ARs.
Data analysis from Intelligent Motoring (parent company of MotorEasy, Motokiki and Warranty Assist), reveals the average cost of vehicle repairs has risen by 33% from January to June 2022, compared to the same period in 2021
In the latest BVRLA blog, Drax’s Electric Vehicle Specialist Tom Lusher highlights the eight essential steps to electrification and creating business benefits for fleets.
The ‘Go Left’ National Highways Breakdown campaign aims to improve road users’ awareness and confidence around what to do in the event of a breakdown on a motorway, including those without a hard shoulder.
Putting the spotlight on the new Consumer Duty rules and what they mean for regulated members, the BVRLA is hosting a 60-minute Industry Outlook webinar on Thursday 11 August at 9am.
The next Fleets in Charge webinar on 21 September will focus on ‘Navigating the Road to Zero