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As the latest group of businesses and premises shut their doors, vehicle rental branches across the UK are providing cars, vans, minibuses and trucks to ensure that key workers are mobile and essential services are maintained.
The UK Government yesterday confirmed that all retail outlets selling non-essential goods must close immediately to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The BVRLA’s Your Introduction to Daily Rental course has a new trainer, Lorraine Kritzinger, who has spent over 15 years in the automotive industry and has an in-depth knowledge of rental operations.
The BVRLA’s Your Introduction to Daily Rental course provides a solid foundation for the skills and knowledge required to work in a customer facing role in today’s daily vehicle rental sector.
Members are being reminded to stock up on VE103B certificates as people who were putting off trips abroad due to Brexit uncertainty may now decide to resume travel plans.
The Government has signed an agreement with the BVRLA, the UK trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing sector, to act as an approved partner to monitor and assess compliance against its Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
The Introduction to the Daily Rental Industry course provides a solid foundation of the skills and knowledge required to work in the daily vehicle rental industry.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has published guidance on HGV daily checks for those businesses who use or rent commercial vehicles.
The BVRLA has updated the Child Restraints & Seatbelt Laws factsheet to include some advice to rental companies on what to do with child car seats involved in an accident.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has issued some top tips for holidaymakers looking to hire a car this summer.
Whilst welcoming government’s commitment to having a zero-emission car fleet across central government by 2030, the BVRLA has highlighted the need for the Civil Service to reduce its reliance on grey fleet if it is serious about leading by example.