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The BVRLA - the trade body for the UK vehicle leasing sector - has launched an updated Fair Wear & Tear Guide for commercial vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and minibuses up to 17 seats.
The new guide for commercial vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and minibuses up to 17 seats is being published this week and members can now pre-order printed or digital copies.
The BVRLA is reminding its members of the importance of the Fair Wear and Tear Standard at a time when customers may well be considering their options with their leased vehicles.
It is a BVRLA Code of Conduct requirement that a customer should be made aware of the expected return condition of their vehicle at the end of the contract.
Members can now access a suite of free printed, digital and social media communication tools produced with some tips for customers on looking after a leased vehicle, including servicing and maintaining it.
January sees the first popular BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear course of the new year, the first of six running throughout 2020.
Transport for London (TfL) is reminding BVRLA members of the importance of advising customers of the Rotherhithe Tunnel restrictions following concerns that customers are flouting rules and incurring fines.
To help customers be aware of their responsibilities regarding the return condition of their HGV vehicle, the BVRLA is reminding members to share the Fair Wear & Tear Guide at the start of a contract.
At the end of the contract your vehicle will be returned to the leasing company and assessed to determine whether the vehicle meets the agreed returned condition.
In September and as the autumn progresses, it is traditionally a time when businesses will de-fleet their vehicles. It’s important to make sure customers are aware of their responsibilities regarding the return condition of the vehicle.
As part of the association’s governance programme, the Automobile Association (AA) conduct audits of rental members and feeds back on areas in which members can improve.
The association’s practical Fair Wear & Tear training course focuses on the application of the BVRLA's Fair Wear & Tear Standards and Code of Conduct in a real-life scenario.