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Martyn Collins, Editor of EV Fleet World digital magazine has joined the BVRLA Blogging community to explore the impact to fleets following the 2030 petrol and diesel ban.
The BVRLA has liaised with government departments, London Councils, and the British Parking Association to ensure that delays in the post during lockdown are considered when issuing PCNs.
The Financial Conduct Authority has proposed draft consumer credit guidance to allow motor finance firms to repossess assets from 31 January 2021 and is considering views following a recent consultation.
100 members have so far registered to attend the BVRLA’s free live 60-minute Industry Outlook webinar taking place on Thursday 14 January at 11am.
The BVRLA is hosting two free webinars in January ‘Where next for the company car?’ in conjunction with the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) and 360 Media Group on Wednesday 20th and the latest Industry Outlook webinar ‘A spotlight on business recovery’ on Thursday 14th.
The vehicle leasing industry is braced for yet more challenges as the most turbulent year imaginable comes to an end.
EU Exit and the prospects for economic recovery are the themes of the next BVRLA Industry Outlook webinar, which takes place later this week on 10 December.
New FCA guidance on motor finance forbearance came into effect on 25 November and the BVRLA has published a short video to help explain the guidance and what it means for members.
The Autumn 2020 edition of the association’s newsletter, BVRLA News, is now available online.
In our latest Industry Insights video, Beverley Wise, Sales Director UK & Ireland at Webfleet Solutions, talks to BVRLA’s Public Affairs Manager Rachael Hewish about government targets, the role of telematics in the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and the challenges of business recovery.
The BVRLA responds to today’s Spending Review announcements from Chancellor Rishi Sunak MP (25 November 2020).
In this week’s BVRLA Blog, BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney considers 2020 with all its change and challenges and looks ahead to priorities for 2021.