Keep up to date with the latest news from the BVRLA. You can browse our complete collection of articles below.
The BVRLA has written to Chancellor Sajid Javid asking him to prioritise fleets within his autumn 2019 Budget statement.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
The BVRLA has updated its Company Car Tax factsheet reflecting the Government’s recent announcement on future rates.
Average CO2 figures for new leased cars have risen to a five-year high, according to the latest BVRLA Quarterly Leasing Survey.
The BVRLA has welcomed today’s announcement from HM Treasury confirming the government’s decision to freeze company car tax. A move set to benefit just under a million company car drivers.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s top line messages, main asks of policymakers and the latest quarter’s engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
A single national scheme for calculating company car tax exists with HM Revenue and Customs for circumstances where staff have a contractual right to use a vehicle for private purposes, which includes travelling to and from work, but they are not allocated a specific car due to the nature of the employers’ business.
The BVRLA wrote to the Chancellor Philip Hammond in advance of the Spring Statement reminding him of the importance of getting the tax regime right to support the fleet sector.
As government indicates that the fleet sector must continue to wait for a published response to the recent review into the impact of WLTP on Vehicle Excise Duty and company car tax, the BVRLA is urging the industry to keep-up the momentum on tax reform.
Ahead of the Spring Statement, the BVRLA has written to the Chancellor to urgently raise the sector’s serious concerns about the impact of future plans for motoring taxation.
Claire Evans, Head of Fleet Consultancy at Zenith, explains why government needs to rethink its approach to vehicle tax
The BVRLA has brought together nine organisations representing economists, fleets, motorists, the automotive industry, energy providers, and local government to contribute to a new BVRLA report sharing perspectives on vehicle tax reform.