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The BVRLA’s next free ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities and trends for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.
The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) has launched a consultation seeking views from drivers on ways to improve the consumer experience of those using public electric vehicle charge points.
Representatives from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) met with the BVRLA last week to discuss and compare complaint trends identified by both organisations.
Designed to develop the knowledge, skills and capabilities of staff working in the vehicle rental and leasing sectors, the BVRLA’s online instructor-led courses continue to receive positive comments from members.
From the 18 February the non-profit, government-linked, Low Carbon Partnership (LowCVP) will be known as the Zemo Partnership, to reflect a change in emphasis away from 'low carbon' and towards 'zero carbon'..
The BVRLA will be hosting a free ‘Electrifying 2021’ webinar at 9am on Wednesday 24 February, which will focus on the year ahead for electric vehicles, as businesses continue to battle the challenges presented by Covid-19 and EU Exit as well as changes to supply and demand.
The BVRLA’s latest Quarterly Leasing Survey (Q3 2020) revealed that nearly one-fifth of BVRLA members’ leasing fleet now has some of electrification, so it is crucial that the industry develops its knowledge to support customers in managing their zero emission cars and vans.
The BVRLA has submitted views to the Transport Select Committee’s inquiry into zero emission vehicles and road pricing.
Eighty-four members joined the BVRLA’s first Residual Value and Remarketing Forum of 2021 last week, which focussed heavily on the battery electric vehicle (BEV) market.
The BVRLA will be hosting a free ‘Electrifying 2021’ webinar at 9am on Wednesday 24 February, which will focus on what the year ahead will hold in store for electric vehicles.
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) surged to take a 15% share of new lease car registrations in the third quarter of 2020, as the Government’s Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) tax incentives took full effect.