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Thomas McLennan, BVRLA’s Head of Policy & Public Affairs provides an insight into the upcoming LIBOR transition.
The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey showing that average CO2 emissions for members’ new car registrations have fallen below 100g/km for the first time ever.
The association’s next Annual General Meeting will take place online on Tuesday 25 May 2021 at 9.30am via video conferencing.
The BVRLA's online Vehicle Rental Operator Skills accreditation supports all rental colleagues whether they are employed, on furlough or have been recently made redundant.
The BVRLA’s Quarterly Leasing Survey shows that the average CO2 emissions for members’ new car registrations fell below 100g/km for the first time as electric vehicles represent a growing proportion of the fleet mix.
The BVRLA has responded to the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles’ consultation on the consumer experience of public EV charging, highlighting how members and their customers are heavily reliant on charging infrastructure.
The BVRLA has been invited to join the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce in recognition of the important role that fleet and commercial vehicle operators are playing in the transition to EVs.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched its new payment portal enabling regulated firms to access their invoices and arrange payment of their fees online.
The BVRLA has published findings from its Quarterly Leasing Survey for Quarter 4 2020. Quarter 4 2020 saw the COVID-19 pandemic continue to disrupt trading, as attempts to ease lockdown were quickly followed by more national restrictions.
The BVRLA has responded to the Office for Zero Emission Vehicle’s (OZEV) consultation on the consumer experience at public EV charging.
The BVRLA broker channel fleet grew by 6% to 379,617 compared to the end of 2019, with the total vehicle fleet size reaching a new record in 2020. New contracts for cars were down 9.5% year-on-year, although this represents a recovery in demand compared with those seen H1 2020. New contracts for vans also fell.