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The Government has launched a wide-ranging new Future of Transport Regulatory Review that will seek views on electric vehicle charging and the regulatory environment needed to support increasingly connected and autonomous vehicles.
The 2021 edition of the BVRLA's annual Road to Zero Report Card not only assesses progress towards zero emission fleets in terms of EV supply, EV demand and charging infrastructure, but also for the first time compares progress for cars, vans and trucks.
Exclusively for members, the next BVRLA Industry Outlook webinar taking place on Wednesday 14 July is putting the spotlight on the changing automotive landscape.
Kenneth Malmberg, Senior Director, Market Development and Alliances at Ridecell EMEA GmbH looks at automotive and mobility changes that have been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic and consequent shift in consumer mindset.
The BVRLA has responded to the Government’s consultation on the rules on safe use of automated vehicles on British roads ahead of the Automated Lane Keeping Systems consultation, due out later this year.
BVRLA responds to the Government's announcement to cut Plug-in vehicle grants and eligibility.
The BVRLA’s next free ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities and trends for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.
The BVRLA has responded to the Future of Transport team at DfT on a call for evidence on a rural strategy.
Martyn Collins, Editor of EV Fleet World digital magazine, looks at the impact to fleets following the announcement of the 2030 petrol and diesel car ban.
Following on from the successful Fleets in Charge digital conference which took place in October 2020, the BVRLA will run a series of free bi-monthly webinars during 2021 focussing on delivering road transport decarbonisation.
The Department for Transport has published a new report estimating that self-driving technology will be present in 40% of all new UK car sales by 2035, with a total market value of £41.7 billion.