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The BVRLA will this year host its first Future Mobility Congress on 4 July. This one-day event replaces the previous Fleet Technology Congress and will include expert analysis and debate giving members and guests vital insight to inform their business strategy.
The BVRLA has submitted a formal consultation response welcoming the review into how UK law should change to ensure the safe use and operation of automated vehicles.
The BVRLA welcomes the review into on how UK law should change to enable the safe use and operation of automated vehicles. BVRLA members are typically the legal owner of the vehicle and do not have day-to-day operational control of the vehicle. Therefore, we welcome legal clarity on the way the automated vehicle is operated and controlled by the customer, as well as on those responsibilities which the legal owner or supplier would be accountable for.
Government has published guidance on trialling automated vehicle technologies in public and is inviting views and comments to inform any required changes.
The Law Commission has launched a three-month consultation on the UK’s regulatory framework for the safe deployment of automated vehicles – focussing on safety assurance and legal liability.
The BVRLA has submitted a response to the Department for Transport (DfT) and the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles' (CCAV) consultation on the Future of Mobility.
Next month’s BVRLA Fleet Technology Congress will host a session on Mobility as a Service (MaaS), which will include presentations from two of the country’s leading experts on Government mobility policy and business trends.
Last week, Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, Andrew Selous MP, led a debate on the uptake of electric vehicles and bicycles.
UK automotive executives expect that almost half of all car dealerships will disappear in less than a decade, according to KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey 2018.
Today’s Autumn Budget delivered some much-needed clarity on diesel taxation while providing vital extra support for electric and autonomous vehicles.
The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill had its first reading in Parliament on Wednesday and is scheduled to have its second reading today (23 October).
A third of London private vehicle journeys could be made using autonomous vehicles forecasts Addison Lee-led MERGE Greenwich consortium.