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The BVRLA has joined the Road Haulage Association and other key industry bodies to write to the Rt Hon Michael Gove over the growing concern from the logistics sector about the Government’s preparedness for the end of the EU Exit transition period.
TfL’s scheme was introduced in February 2019 to help small businesses replace older more polluting vehicles with ones that meet the standards for the capital’s Ultra-Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ).
Transport Minister for Roads and Security, Baroness Vere, has invited the BVRLA to be part of an official review of the current heavy goods vehicle testing provision, taking place over the coming months.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) hosted BVRLA members and the SMMT at a van workshop this week to discuss vehicle supply, infrastructure and incentives required to help commercial vehicle operators support decarbonisation.
The BVRLA - the trade body for the UK vehicle leasing sector - has launched an updated Fair Wear & Tear Guide for commercial vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and minibuses up to 17 seats.
The suspension of the HGV road user levy begins on 1 August 2020 and the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency is advising members not to tax vehicles early as its systems will not be updated with the reduced rate until 31 July.
The BVRLA would like to remind members that it has a suite of helpful resources to support them with compliance against the Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
According to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers, the UK new car market declined by -2.9% in February to 79,594, as demand from private buyers fell again.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has recently found several hired HGVs with emission control system modifications.
Transport for London (TfL) is reminding BVRLA members of the importance of advising customers of the Rotherhithe Tunnel restrictions following concerns that customers are flouting rules and incurring fines.
The BVRLA has published its Commercial Vehicles Industry Outlook 2020 report charting the main challenges faced by the sector and providing insight into how they are being overcome.