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The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has published a report asking the government to do more on tackling emissions in the next decade.
Transport for London (TfL) is reminding BVRLA members of the importance of advising customers of the Rotherhithe Tunnel restrictions following concerns that customers are flouting rules and incurring fines.
The BVRLA’s upcoming Industry Outlook Conference will feature a Big Picture session with expert speakers giving their view on outlooks for the economic, political and automotive landscape as we go into 2020.
The BVRLA has hosted its last Leasing Broker Committee of 2019 and on the agenda was a presentation from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on commission models.
Presentations have been published following the BVRLA’s recent Technical and Operational Management (TOM) Forum hosted by Jaguar Land Rover.
Members are being reminded to stock up on VE103B certificates as people who were putting off trips abroad due to Brexit uncertainty may now decide to resume travel plans.
As the general election campaign gets underway, the BVRLA has published its 2019 Manifesto outlining a seven-point plan for how the next Government can support the fleet sector.
The BVRLA will be holding a live webinar on Wednesday 20 November to highlight the key features and benefits of the association’s e-Learning Platform.
Last week the BVRLA signed-up its one-thousandth member, marking a milestone for the association in another year of growth.
Members are being reminded to complete the annual membership renewal return to ensure that the association has up-to-date information on your business.
Following a public consultation, Bristol City Council is considering an ambitious ‘hybrid plan’ which will incorporate both a charging Clean Air Zone and a diesel ban.
BVRLA has published a new factsheet on London’s Direct Vision Standard and the Safety Permit required for heavy goods vehicles over 12 tonnes operating in Greater London.