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The Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) covers Government spending plans for the next four years (the remainder of this Parliament). Following detailed engagement across membership, the BVRLA submitted the below representation focusing on ensuring support for zero-emission vehicle uptake, sufficient funding for infrastructure for the transition to zero-emission transport and increased support for transport behaviour change.
The BVRLA has responded to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s Draft Additional Consumer Credit Guidance in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
We have responded to HM Treasury, who were seeking industry's views on Vehicle Excise Duty (VED)
The BVRLA recently responded to the DfT’s consultation calling for ideas as they create a Transport Decarbonisation Plan. The response highlights a number of the recommendations that the BVRLA made during the recent Transport Decarbonisation Plan workshops.
The association has responded to the latest consultation from the DfT in relation to LDV CO2 emission performance standards.
FCA Consultation: Ongoing support for consumers affected by coronavirus: mortgages and consumer credit
The association has responded to the latest consultation from the FCA seeking motor finance industry feedback to inform their thinking on their next set of guidance on customer forbearance.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has consulted on the Government's plan to end the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans by 2035 or earlier. Proposing to bring the phase out date forward from 2040.
The BVRLA has responded to the FCA’s draft updated temporary guidance for firms on motor finance agreements and coronavirus. The guidance looks to continue the forbearance measures the FCA introduced in April to protect consumers with temporary payment difficulties as a result of coronavirus.
The Association has submitted their response to the Future of Transport Regulatory Review
BVRLA response - Law Commission - Automated Vehicles: Consultation Paper 2 on Passenger Services and Public Transport
This consultation was the second from the Law Commission who have been tasked to review the regulatory framework for the safe deployment of automated vehicles in the UK. The second consultation relates to the regulation of highly automated road passenger services (HARPS).