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In the Spring, Transport for London consulted on the final proposals for their Direct Vision Standard and Heavy Goods Vehicle Safety Permit scheme.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has published guidance on HGV daily checks for those businesses who use or rent commercial vehicles.
The latest reported road casualty results for Great Britain show there were 1,782 road deaths in 2018, comparable to the level seen since 2012.
The BVRLA has issued advice to holidaymakers looking to hire a car this summer, a reminder of what customers need to consider for a smooth rental experience.
The BVRLA and is working with Thatcham Research and other industry membership organisations to support the development of a Code of Practice for managing ADAS repairs.
Electric and hybrid cars are much quieter on the road than cars with a combustion engine. Although this is beneficial to the environment, it can also be dangerous to vulnerable road users.
The Department for Transport has announced a review of roads policing as part of its Road Safety Action Plan, with the aim of improving road safety and reducing road casualties.
The BVRLA’s first ever Future Mobility Congress held in Birmingham last week was positively received with over 150 delegates in attendance.
Highways England has issued safety advice to prepare drivers at the start of the busiest time of the year for breakdowns on England’s motorways.
Members are reporting an increase in the number of fines they are receiving from abroad. These are normally speeding fines and are enforced via a cross border arrangement between EU member states.
The BVRLA is hosting its first ever Future Mobility Congress in Birmingham later this week, with over 140 senior delegates from the rental, leasing and fleet sectors registered to attend.
Several Scottish-based BVRLA rental members have joined Police Scotland and Road Safety Scotland to launch a campaign reminding motorists to ‘Drive on the Left’ when visiting Scotland.