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Drivers entering Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will now be subject to penalty charges if entering the zone in a non-compliant vehicle.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Andrea McMahon highlights how the increasing emergence of Clean Air Zones will boost demand for cleaner vehicles.
Writing for Commerce & Industry Magazine, the BVRLA's Andrea McMahon writes about the benefits of vehicle leasing
Birmingham City Council has soft-launched its Clean Air Zone today (1 June) confirming that it will not require drivers to pay the daily fee and they will not pursue enforcement until 14 June.
The BVRLA has produced a suite of free-to-access communication resources to help members keep colleagues and customers updated on all they need to know about Clean Air Zones.
Members can request co-branded versions of these free-to-access digital, social and printed communication resources to help promote awareness of Clean Air Zones amongst employees and customers - promoting the merits of rental and leasing to those requiring a cleaner CAZ-compliant vehicle.
Rivervale’s Chief Operating Officer, Vince Pemberton looks at adding value and using innovation to encourage the switch to electric.
With Birmingham launching its Clean Air Zone (CAZ) on Tuesday 1 June, road users are being reminded to assess the impact on their journeys and explore options for upgrading non-compliant vehicles.
Seven of the country’s eight metro mayors were elected or re-elected earlier this month.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Communications Manager Andrea McMahon highlights how the rental and leasing industry has been driving the demand-side of road transport decarbonisation.
The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey showing that average CO2 emissions for members’ new car registrations have fallen below 100g/km for the first time ever.