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The BVRLA has outlined the merits of the vehicle rental and leasing industry in an article written for Air Quality News magazine.
The BVRLA is calling for support from the wider fleet sector to act now to safeguard the vital Plug-in Car and Van Grants.
Ahead of the 11 March Budget, MPs attended a BVRLA event hosted in Parliament to hear the association’s concerns on the Plug-in Grant, Company Car Tax and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
The fleet sector must act now to safeguard the Plug-in Car and Van Grants, the BVRLA has warned.
The Joint Air Quality Unit has launched its Clean Air Zone vehicle checker to help drivers to check whether their vehicle is CAZ-compliant.
The BVRLA is urging companies to review their fleet policies now as a continued shortage of reliable data threatens to disrupt the move to a new VED and Company Car Tax regime in April.
Over 50 members joined the BVRLA for the first Technical and Operational Management (TOM) Forum of the year, hosted by the Institute of the Motor Industry in Hertford.
The BVRLA has established a new Air Quality Working Group to discuss emerging air quality plans and to develop a solid policy position on the range of pollution measures being proposed across the UK.
Today the Prime Minister Boris Johnson used a speech to launch the next UN Climate Conference COP26 to announce plans to bring forward an end to the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans to 2035.
On the back of a surge in battery electric vehicle registrations, the BVRLA’s latest Quarterly Leasing Survey shows average CO2 for all new leased cars at 116.8g/km, down from 118.5g/km in the previous quarter.
Bath is introducing a new range of financial support to help drivers affected by the Clean Air Zone (CAZ) it plans to introduce in November this year.