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The BVRLA’s Fair Wear & Tear standard for Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) was re-vamped and launched in September – but are your staff aware of the new Standard?
Advising customers in commercial vehicle fleets can be hard work. Ensuring the knowledge of your teams is up-to-speed can be equally challenging. Luckily the BVRLA offers a helping hand. The next online tutor-led CV regulation course is on 20 October and there are places available.
The BVRLA has responded to the Government’s proposals on phasing-out the sale of new, non-zero emission heavy goods vehicles.
With the Government set to phase-out the sale of new diesel vans and trucks by 2040, the clock is ticking on commercial vehicle decarbonisation.
The Government is consulting on future legislation to create an information sharing power for the Home Office, the National Crime Agency, police forces and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs to acquire trailer registration data from the DVLA’s trailer registration scheme.
The BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Guide for LCVs, which incorporates the BVRLA Fair Wear & Standard describing the acceptable condition of a vehicle at end of lease, has been updated and joins the BVRLA family of guides along with one for Cars and one for Commercial Vehicles.
The BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Guide for Vans, which incorporates the BVRLA Fair Wear & Standard describing the acceptable condition of a vehicle at end of lease, has been updated and is now available to order.
Highways England Commercial Vehicle Incident Prevention Team and Driving for Better Business have joined forces to develop a new Van Driver Toolkit resource.
The Government is proposing changes to the current requirements to obtain a vocational driving licence, for category C and D tests and all derivatives, as part of a wider set of measures being introduced to address lorry driver shortages.
The next BVRLA Fleets in Charge webinar, ‘Beyond Electric cars’, puts the spotlight on other zero emission technologies that play a role in delivering road transport decarbonisation.
Seven major companies, including the operators of some of the largest commercial vehicle fleets in the country are working together to help accelerate the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) across the UK.
Guidance has been updated to reflect that insurance Green Cards will not be needed to drive in the EU, including Ireland, Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia or Switzerland from 2 August 2021.