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The BVRLA is seeking clarity on the definition of the price used to determine a vehicle's eligibility for the Plug-in Car Grant.
According to new research published by Radboud University in the Netherlands, electric cars are almost always greener than petrol cars.
To date, more than 120,000 domestic charge point installations have benefited from grants as well as more than 6,500 workplace installations, across the UK.
The Government has launched a call for evidence asking for information and views on three areas of the Future of transport regulatory review.
A new Electric Vehicles Voice app has launched on Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant to promote the uptake of EVs.
Members have a unique opportunity to partner with the BVRLA at the Summer Parliamentary Reception.
The BVRLA has written to new Transport, Treasury and Business ministers following the recent reshuffle, setting out how the association can help the government to tackle decarbonisation.
London Councils is launching a new online resource to support cross borough collaboration on car clubs policy. The BVRLA supports this initiative.
BVRLA's Andrea Davies writes for Air Quality News, promoting the merits of vehicle rental and leasing as a suitable option for individuals and businesses looking for cleaner vehicles.
Fleets will only be able to meet the Government’s ambitious new decarbonisation goals if they are given the right support with electric vehicle (EV) grants, tax incentives and infrastructure costs.
Motor Transport Editor and freight industry expert, Steve Hobson explains why the road freight transport industry could be said to be a ‘3C’ industry.