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The BVRLA has written to Chancellor Sajid Javid asking him to prioritise fleets within his autumn 2019 Budget statement.
Joseph Cosier, Policy Executive at Energy UK, has joined the BVRLA Blogging community to share his views on why tax reform is needed to encourage drivers to transition from internal combustion engine to low carbon vehicles.
Joseph Cosier, Policy Executive at Energy UK, the trade association for the British energy industry, shares his views on why tax reform is needed to encourage drivers to transition from internal combustion engine to low carbon vehicles.
Tax is a vital weapon in any government’s policy armoury. Used in the right way, it can mobilise businesses and drive innovation or behaviour change. When poorly devised or implemented, it can damage whole industries and encourage avoidance or evasion.
Prices of both petrol and diesel went up by 1p per litre during July and are likely to continue to rise throughout the summer, according to the RAC.
BVRLA members are receiving a growing number of letters from the British Oil Security Syndicate, the trade body for fuel retailers, attempting to recover fuel debts owed by motorists driving rented or leased vehicles.
Latest figures from the Auto Trader Retail Price Index show that the average price of a used car in the UK is continuing to grow, up 5% on the same period last year.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has published guidance on new legislation changes designed to encourage use of environmentally-friendly fuels in buses and lorries.
A recent graduate from UCL has won the 2017 Wolfson Economics Prize, a £250,000 Prize that posed the question ‘How can we pay for better, safer, more reliable roads in a way that is fair to road users and good for the economy and the environment?’