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With nine courses to select from, the BVRLA now has more Contract Hire and specific Commercial Vehicle Courses than ever before.
The H2Accelerate collaboration has published a new whitepaper in support of the use of hydrogen in long-haul trucking, based on focus group discussions with truck end users and logistics providers.
The Department for Transport has published a policy paper – the ‘Future of Freight: a long-term plan’, a cross-government plan for the UK freight transport sector.
The Government has launched a consultation on the HGV levy and is seeking views on how it could be reformed when the suspension ends on 31 July 2023.
In the latest BVRLA blog, Catherine Bowen, Senior Policy Advisor at the BVRLA looks at the challenges facing commercial vehicles in the transition to electric, and how collaboration is key in addressing the issue.
UK light commercial vehicle (LCV) registrations recorded their fifth consecutive month of decline in May, falling -25.1% to 22,000 units, according to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
In May, the BVRLA ran its first ever ‘CV Week’, putting the spotlight solely on commercial vehicles with a suite of exclusive materials. Collectively, the interviews, blogs and expert insights look at what is currently going on in the industry and what that means for BVRLA members.
Colin Ferguson, co-founder and CEO of The Algorithm People, looks at what fleet operators can do now to progress their journey to zero emission commercial vehicles.
The Government has responded to a consultation on Brexit-related problems for specialist hauliers when taking equipment for events and tours into Europe.
The BVRLA has welcomed the contents of the technical consultation on zero emission vehicle mandate policy design, as shared by the Department for Transport today. Clear trajectories for the implementation of the mandate, split based on the uptake of cars and vans, give the UK the opportunity to secure the vehicle supply required to meet demand and support the nation’s drive to Net Zero.
The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has now published heavy goods vehicle testing data from 2019 to present day.