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Transport for London is proposing to increase the penalty charge for those who fail to follow the rules of the red route network, or commit unauthorised parking offences, or drive in bus lanes.
In a Greenfleet magazine’s special feature for SME’s, the BVRLA’s Andrea McMahon highlights how the vehicle rental and leasing sectors can help small businesses by giving them more flexibility and less risk when adopting a sustainable fleet.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Andrea McMahon highlights how the increasing emergence of Clean Air Zones will boost demand for cleaner vehicles.
Writing for Commerce & Industry Magazine, the BVRLA's Andrea McMahon writes about the benefits of vehicle leasing
Members can request co-branded versions of these free-to-access digital, social and printed communication resources to help promote awareness of Clean Air Zones amongst employees and customers - promoting the merits of rental and leasing to those requiring a cleaner CAZ-compliant vehicle.
Due to high demand for the BVRLA’s first Penalty Charge Notice Masterclass course, the BVRLA has added an additional course date of 15 July to the training calendar.
Transport for London has been engaging with industry and local authorities to discuss the feasibility of a new Greater London Boundary Charge for non-residents, which would see a charge applied to vehicles registered outside London which are then driven into the capital.
The BVRLA has launched a new remote learning course to support members with dealing with road traffic offences and penalty charge notices.
From 1 June 2021, Birmingham will operate a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) imposing charges on those driving high polluting vehicles into certain parts of the city.
With Transport for London’s Direct Vision Standard now being enforced across London, the BVRLA was able to obtain a last-minute understanding for those companies who are in the process of purchasing compliant vehicles.
The BVRLA has liaised with government departments, London Councils, and the British Parking Association to ensure that delays in the post during lockdown are considered when issuing PCNs.