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The BVRLA has replied to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s call for comment on the Draft Additional Consumer Credit Guidance in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The BVRLA’s popular Finance Essentials for the Automotive Industry course, now available online, provides delegates with an update of the essential financial knowledge required to sell the right product in either a B2B or B2C environment.
The BVRLA’s Senior Manager and Certification Regime (SM&CR) five-step Development Programme has received positive member feedback on the effectiveness of the training.
Members are being invited to share their expressions of interest in becoming part of the association’s Air Quality Working Group.
A Court ruling has found in favour of the HMRC confirming that combi vans should be treated the same as cars for P11D purposes.
The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency has confirmed that EU drivers’ hours and tachographs rules will change on 20 August 2020.
Members are reminded of the importance of communicating the required return conditions to leasing customers ahead of them returning their vehicles.
The BVRLA has submitted its response to the Financial Conduct Authority, which has been seeking industry input to inform future guidance on forbearance for motor finance customers.
The BVRLA, the UK trade body for the vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sectors, has reported signs of an uplift in demand from leisure customers as holidaymakers turn to rental firms for practical, affordable, flexible and clean vehicles this summer.
Several indicators monitored by the BVRLA are showing signs of an uplift in drivers taking their vehicles abroad.
The Financial Conduct Authority is consulting on draft guidance intended to bring about a shift in behaviour that places the fair treatment of vulnerable customers at the heart of company culture.