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The BVRLA's Van Plan paper sets out some of the unique challenges our commercial vehicle members are facing as they seek to accelerate their adoption of zero emission vans.
The vehicle rental industry’s essential role in supporting the UK economy and meeting the travel needs of its citizens has been set-out in a ground-breaking new report from the BVRLA.
The BVRLA has responded to the government’s Review of WLTP and vehicle taxes, warning of the danger that the progress made in decarbonising road transport could be reversed if the government fails to act by making tax changes to manage the impact of the transition to WLTP.
Failure to support the fleet sector with a fair and consistent tax regime will seriously threaten Government attempts to decarbonise road transport.
The Department for Transport has launched a Rental Vehicle Security Scheme which aims to increase counter-terrorism awareness and preparedness across the sector.
The BVRLA has produced an Industry Outlook Report for 2019, which highlights the key topics that will impact the industry in the next year.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) co-hosted an event with Transport for London (TfL) to explore the impact of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) on van users in the capital.
Sheffield City Council has published plans for a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) within the city limits.
The BVRLA has been strengthening its relationships with the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) as the two recognise the benefits of sharing insights and intelligence.
National Counter-Terrorism Police have launched a vigilance campaign encouraging individuals and businesses to remain alert in crowded spaces during the festive season and to report anything suspicious to police, staff or security.
Subscription-based services, last mile logistics and rising repair costs are just three of the key themes emerging in this year’s BVRLA Industry Outlook 2019 report.