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The BVRLA has appointed Nora Leggett as its new Director of Human Resources.
BVRLA comments on the Committee of Climate Change 2020 Progress Report published today (25 June)
The vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sector can work with policymakers to deliver a swift rebound in the economy and a faster trajectory towards transport decarbonisation.
The two trade associations representing the UK motor finance and fleet sector have urged Ministers to develop an ambitious car scrappage scheme that tackles air quality, drives EV uptake and encourages more sustainable travel behaviour.
A surge in battery electric vehicle (BEV) registrations helped drag average new lease car emissions down to 113g/km CO2 at the end of 2019, the lowest level since Q3 2018.
The BVRLA has expressed bemusement at the decision to reintroduce and raise the capital’s emission zone charges, at a time when businesses and families are facing unprecedented levels of financial hardship.
The BVRLA has published an operating guide to support those working in the vehicle rental and leasing sectors as businesses in England start to resume operations following lockdown.
BVRLA Chief welcomes the Chancellor's announcement to extend and increase the flexibility of the furlough scheme
Former BMW Financial Services Head of Strategy, Shashi Maharaj joins the BVRLA today as Legal & Membership Director, responsible for the association’s governance, compliance and membership functions.
The BVRLA has urged the Financial Conduct Authority to work with its colleagues in government to ensure all motor finance customers get the appropriate support during the COVID-19 crisis.
Transport for London has today confirmed that no charges will be payable or enforced for non-compliant vehicles under the new Direct Vision Standard and the new Low Emission Zone until at least the end of February 2021.
The BVRLA is urging dealerships and other delivery agents to start moving vehicles again in order to unclog the thousands of cars and vans that are congesting the automotive supply chain.