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Assessing the condition of a vehicle at the end of a lease is fundamental to a BVRLA members' business proposition, and the association’s courses have been designed to teach anyone in the industry about the practical application of the BVRLA's Fair Wear & Tear Standards and Code of Conduct.
The BVRLA can now offer members a complete suite of Fair Wear & Tear standard instructor-led courses, whether the company focus is cars, vans (LCVs) or commercial vehicles (CVs) over 3.5 tonnes.
At the beginning of 2022, the BVRLA is asking members to look at how their end of contract process is communicated – is it clear to your customers?
In 2022, the BVRLA can support members’ professional development capabilities by delivering any of the association’s online instructor-led courses on-demand, bespoke for your business.
The BVRLA’s Fair Wear & Tear standard for Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) was re-vamped and launched in September – but are your staff aware of the new Standard?
The BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Guide for LCVs, which incorporates the BVRLA Fair Wear & Standard describing the acceptable condition of a vehicle at end of lease, has been updated and joins the BVRLA family of guides along with one for Cars and one for Commercial Vehicles.
The BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Guide for Vans, which incorporates the BVRLA Fair Wear & Standard describing the acceptable condition of a vehicle at end of lease, has been updated and is now available to order.
The BVRLA is now taking pre-orders for the new version of the LCV Fair Wear and Tear Guide being introduced on Friday 3 September.
The BVRLA Fair Wear and Tear Guide is available to members as an annual e-licence subscription, which can be customised with a member's logo and shared with customers digitally throughout the lifetime of the lease.
Following on from the BVRLA’s popular online instructor-led Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Cars training course, the association has now introduced a new Fair Wear & Tear Standard for Commercial Vehicles over 3.5t.
During this 90-minute webinar, which took place in January 2021, the BVRLA launched its latest research report which gives a status update on this key sector and explores the key long-term trends driving the destiny of the company-provided car. 360 Media Group and the AFP provided insights on what to expect in 2021 using the latest results from its fleet manager surveys. Rental, leasing and fleet operator perspectives were provided by expert speakers from Capita, ISS, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions and Sixt Rent-a-Car.