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The association has published its sustainability credentials for 2023, showing BEV uptake and Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) compliance across different fleet segments. The credentials are continually improving and show how the fleet sector is leading the way in the electrification of the total UK car parc.
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The BVRLA ended 2023 with 1,040 members, a record total for the association.
The BVRLA represents over 1,000 companies engaged in vehicle rental, leasing and fleet management. Our membership is responsible for a combined fleet of four million cars, vans and trucks.
National Highways has launched a new litter campaign to increase awareness of the impact of litter on road safety, the environment and wildlife.
Prepare your rental operations staff for the upcoming challenges this year may bring, with the BVRLA Rental Operator Skills Assessment. It will provide your staff and customers with confidence that they are the most skilled providers of rented vehicles.
A coalition of industry experts and trade bodies recently introduced the ‘Zero Emission Van Plan’ in Parliament, aiming to highlight the critical areas for action in van decarbonisation.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published good practice and areas for improvement regarding Consumer Duty. Having reviewed progress to date, the authority has said it “welcomes the improvements made by many firms to deliver better outcomes for their customers. However, some firms are lagging behind.”
The BVRLA has published a new factsheet on the ‘FCA Review on Discretionary Commission Arrangements in Motor Finance’ today.
The BVRLA’s inaugural ESG Working Group took place in the association’s Amersham offices yesterday (26 February), with participants hearing from ESG expert, Ben Horn of Omnevue.
The Government has recently announced that the Plug-in Taxi Grant (PITG) will be extended into Financial Year 2024/25, at a reduced rate of £6,000 per vehicle.
Over three million people are at risk of falling behind in the UK’s zero-emission journey, unless the government takes immediate steps to support the transition to electric vans. That is according to a coalition of industry experts and trade bodies, who have launched the “Zero Emission Van Plan” to highlight where action is needed.