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The H1 2019 BVRLA leasing broker statistics shows a growth of 12% compared to H1 2018 and a 2% growth of H2 2018. The growth is almost entirely due to growth in personal contract hire (PCH) for cars (+23%) and business contract hire (BCH) for vans +(16%)
The BVRLA Fleet Sustainability Credentials show that the rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport, with 100% of the car rental fleet and 96% of leased cars being Clean Air Zone (CAZ) compliant. These compliance figures are well ahead of the average for all UK cars, where only 62% meet CAZ emission requirements.
Petrol has overtaken diesel as the fuel of choice for new lease cars, according to the latest BVRLA Quarterly Leasing Survey.
The BVRLA Quarterly Leasing Outlook Report combines market data with insight from a panel of senior leasing executives to provide an unrivalled perspective on the current market and its future development.
This full version of the report is available to BVRLA members only.
Average CO2 figures for new leased cars have risen to a five-year high, according to the latest BVRLA Quarterly Leasing Survey.
The Car in the City report provides some practical recommendations that local and national policymakers can use to start driving behaviour change.
The BVRLA has launched its Road to Zero Report Card which provides a comprehensive analysis of the Government’s progress towards its Road to Zero targets, concluding that the ‘brakes are on’.
Representing some of the most comprehensive research to-date into the vehicle rental market, the BVRLA has produced a ground-breaking report providing comprehensive insight into car and van rental in the UK.
The BVRLA has released a policy paper outlining how a mobility credits scheme can be used in conjunction with new technologies such as integrated Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms to incentivise more sustainable journeys involving public, shared and active transport.
Tax is a vital weapon in any government’s policy armoury. Used in the right way, it can mobilise businesses and drive innovation or behaviour change. When poorly devised or implemented, it can damage whole industries and encourage avoidance or evasion.