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As its membership hits a new high, the BVRLA is investing in training, research and public affairs to ensure the industry responds to an unprecedented wave of regulatory and legislative change. The association wants to build on the great strides made in 2021, where it put the fleet and mobility services industry at the centre of the decarbonisation debate and saw record levels of participation in its training courses and events.
The BVRLA’s annual member survey is in progress and we really want to hear what you have to say.
The BVRLA has published its Business Impact Survey...
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.
The BVRLA has published its 2020 Annual Review showing an increase in member satisfaction across all key areas during one of the most challenging years in the association’s 53-year history.
The BVRLA’s 2020 Annual Review shows an increase in member satisfaction across all key areas during one of the most challenging years in the association’s 53-year history.
The BVRLA has published its Annual Review, providing a detailed overview of the association’s work during 2020 including lots of insightful feedback from the annual Member Survey.
Are you happy with the service you get from the BVRLA? Has it helped you cope with some of the issues that have arisen during the Coronavirus pandemic? Does the association provide you with the right mix of advice, guidance, events and training? Is it campaigning on the issues that matter to you?
The BVRLA is asking members to check and update their membership records to avoid any issues during the 2021 renewal process. Each member has been given a nominated membership renewal contact, who can log-in to the BVRLA website and make any changes up to 28 September.