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The BVRLA has revised its Fair Wear and Tear Standard for Commercial Vehicles and Minibuses, giving a reliable reference point for end-of-contract inspections.
Members needing to stay on top of key rental processes such as customer qualification, data protection and Rental Vehicle Security Scheme (RVSS), can access a new e-learning package from January.
Britain’s new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market grew by 13% in November as 27,433 vans, pickups and 4x4s joined Britain’s fleets, according to the latest figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The European Commission is working on proposals to ‘cushion’ the impact of the 10% tariff on imports and exports of electric vehicles. The potential move is in response to pressure from carmakers to amend some of the conditions imposed when the UK left the EU in January 2021.
Members have every reason to be cheerful going into 2024, according to the BVRLA’s Industry Outlook report that launches at tomorrow’s Industry Outlook Conference. The flagship conference is taking place tomorrow (6 December), giving delegates a full outlook for the year ahead, spanning the economic, political, and operational landscapes.
The Government has provided assurances that further solutions are under development to support the van sector’s transition to zero-emission vehicles. Speaking at the BVRLA’s recent Fleets in Charge webinar, Lizzie Culwick, joint head of the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) discussed van-specific measures relating to charging infrastructure, user experience, and financial incentives.
The challenging HGV transition requires £100bn in investment to succeed, according to a new report from the Green Finance Institute (GFI). For many operators, the phase-out dates are just one fleet cycle away (2035 for 26t and under and 2040- for over 26t).
22% of new car sales in 2024 will need to be for zero-emission vehicles after the ZEV mandate was officially approved by Parliament last night (4 December).
A streamlined procedure is in place to assist members in verifying their BVRLA subscription for 2024, featuring a straightforward 'pay now' option.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published the company car advisory electric rate (AER) and advisory fuel rates (AFR) from 1 December 2023.
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has substantially reduced its projections for electric vehicle (EV) registrations in the UK in its ‘Economic and Fiscal Outlook’ released in conjunction with the recent Autumn Statement.
Take a dive into insights on efficient battery evaluation and uncover evidence of cell defects with Nikolaus Mayerhofer, Founder and CTO of AVILOO, who then goes on to explore what to do next in the latest BVRLA blog.