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Having legally left the EU at 11pm on Friday 31 January the UK has entered a transition period due to end on 31 December 2020. During this time, all trading terms and regulations remain unchanged.
The BVRLA has updated its guidance on driving in the EU following enquiries from members who were unsure about the status of UK drivers and vehicles and the documentation required after EU Exit and during the following transition period.
Overview of driving licence and vehicle document requirements for the UK leaving the EU.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid said this weekend in a recent interview with The Financial Times that there would be no regulatory alignment with the EU27 in a future trading relationship.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid said in a recent interview with The Financial Times that there would be no regulatory alignment with the EU27 in a future trading relationship.
On Thursday 12 December voters across the UK will have an opportunity to have their say once again on who represents them. The BVRLA and its members can use this time to ensure candidates and the next government appreciate the key issues facing the fleet sector. The association has produced this campaign page to help members navigate the election.
The EU and the UK Government have officially agreed an extension until 31 January 2020 for Brexit, allowing an earlier EU exit should the Withdrawal Act be passed by Parliament before the 31 January deadline.
With nine days left before the Brexit deadline of 31 October, BVRLA Chief Executive, Gerry Keaney, has today written to members to highlight advice and resources available to prepare for no deal.
The BVRLA’s Rental Committee met last week and Brexit was at the top of their agenda with the impact on taking vehicles abroad and employing EU citizens being at the forefront of discussions.
The Government has announced that it has reduced the tariff on HGV imports as part of wider changes to the temporary tariff regime that would be introduced in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
It is vital that the UK fleet sector maintains affordable and reliable access to the parts and vehicles it needs to keep the country moving. In the event of No Deal, the association calls on the Government to introduce a package of specific measures to ensure the vehicle rental and leasing sector continues to thrive and maintain its critical contribution to accelerating transport decarbonisation.