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The Government has responded to a consultation on Brexit-related problems for specialist hauliers when taking equipment for events and tours into Europe.
The UK light commercial vehicle (LCV) market declined by -27.6% to 40,613 units in March, according to the latest figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has now published heavy goods vehicle testing data from 2019 to present day.
The BVRLA has been liaising with the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) regarding the plug-in grant and some confusion about whether rental companies are still eligible.
The Department for Transport has announced changes to legislation aimed at making heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly by permitting operators to use aerodynamic features and elongated cabs.
With the latest BVRLA member van fleet statistics showing a growth of 2% year on year, it is important that members are aware of the fundamental legislation and regulations that underpin the correct operation of these vehicles.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has gained the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport to temporarily relax the enforcement of the EU Drivers’ Hours Regulation in England, Scotland, and Wales, from 12 January until 10 February 2022.
The Cabinet Office has issued a final reminder to hauliers ahead of the changes to the Goods Vehicle Moving Service (GVMS) coming into effect from 1 January 2022.
BVRLA has sought clarity from Transport for London (TfL) regarding the evidence requirements for members who may wish to transfer liability of penalties for the direct vision standard in London.
The UK is progressing with plans to introduce an operators’ licence regime for vans going abroad, including those taken between Northern and Southern Ireland.
The UK Government has issued a number of updates relating to travel between the UK and EU, spanning haulier registrations, and the movement of goods and people.
Ahead of Wednesday’s Autumn Budget, business leaders and sustainable transport campaigners have come together in urging the Chancellor to provide more financial support and incentives to support the zero-emission van market.