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Members are reminded of the importance of communicating the required return conditions to leasing customers ahead of them returning their vehicles.
UK new car registrations rose for the first time this year, by 11.3%, according to July figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
New vehicle registrations are rising and the staycation market is booming, but how is the vehicle rental and leasing sector faring?
The latest BVRLA Interview sees Martin Phillips, Joint Managing Director at i247 Group, talk to BVRLA Events Manager, Fran Hampson about service, maintenance and repair related issues.
During recent weeks the BVRLA has attended a series of Transport Decarbonisation workshops hosted by the Department for Transport.
The BVRLA has submitted its response to the Financial Conduct Authority, which has been seeking industry input to inform future guidance on forbearance for motor finance customers.
As the BVRLA has expanded its range of learning and development opportunities for members, a new e-Learning Hub has been launched to host the full suite of online learning tools and resources.
Three key annual events in the BVRLA calendar have been postponed due to the Covid pandemic, whilst smaller digital member engagement events continue to attract record numbers.
Last week, the association submitted its formal response to the Government’s consultation on the proposed phasing out of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans by 2035.
Several indicators monitored by the BVRLA are showing signs of an uplift in drivers taking their vehicles abroad.
Thatcham Research has released ‘Insurance Industry Requirements’ for the safe repair of ADAS-equipped vehicles.