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Members who could not attend last week’s ‘Where next for the company car?’ webinar can now view the event via the BVRLA website.
As the roll out of Clean Air Zones ramps up this year, the BVRLA is reminding members of its free user-friendly ‘CAZ Map’ that can be shared with customers to help keep them ‘in the know’ and ensure compliance.
The BVRLA’s next Technical and Operational Management Forum, taking place on Thursday 4 February, will focus on navigating business change.
EU antitrust rules usually ban vertical agreements and concerted practices, which are likely to restrict competition in any given sector and there is currently an exemption for certain agreements and practices in the automotive sector.
HM Treasury published their Net Zero Review: Interim report at the end of 2020. The BVRLA submitted feedback on the report to the Net Zero Review Team at HMT.
The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) has invited the BVRLA to help shape the UK’s Decarbonisation Delivery Plan and members are being invited to provide input and share views.
With the first Clean Air Zone being introduced in March members are reminded that if they do not have compliant vehicles, they will need to pay using the Government’s central payment portal.
The BVRLA will be hosting a free 60-minute webinar at 9.00am on Wednesday 24 February focussing on what the year ahead will bring for electric vehicles.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s new rules on Commission Disclosure will come into force from 28 January 2021.
The BVRLA is adding an instructor-led online version of its very popular course, ‘Compliant Selling – Treating Customers Fairly’ to its Online Learning Hub.
During this 90-minute webinar, which took place in January 2021, the BVRLA launched its latest research report which gives a status update on this key sector and explores the key long-term trends driving the destiny of the company-provided car. 360 Media Group and the AFP provided insights on what to expect in 2021 using the latest results from its fleet manager surveys. Rental, leasing and fleet operator perspectives were provided by expert speakers from Capita, ISS, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions and Sixt Rent-a-Car.