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Following last week’s Spring Statement, the BVRLA welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement that he wants to cut and reform taxes on business investment.
The BVRLA has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement that he wants to cut and reform taxes on business investment.
Ahead of the Government’s Spring Statement on 23 March the BVRLA has written to the Chancellor with some suggestions on how to maintain the growing momentum for zero emission vehicles.
The BVRLA has received an update from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) that it will not be developing an electric van specific Advisory Electric Rate (AER) at this stage.
The BVRLA has welcomed the Transport Select Committee’s call for urgent progress to be made on the future of road pricing as the vehicle parc moves towards net zero. However, the Association has reinforced the need for immediate improvement in the systems that will make any new road pricing solution a success.
HM Revenue & Customs has increased the Advisory Electricity Rates (AERs) for electric vehicles (EVs) by 25% to five pence per mile, following intensive conversations with HMRC by the BVRLA and the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP).
News today that the Advisory Electricity Rates (AERs) for electric vehicles (EVs) have been increased by 25% have been greeted as a win for fleets by the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) and British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA).
Writing for EV Fleet World magazine, BVRLA Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Thomas McLennan looks at BEV growth and the association’s areas of concern that may slow it down, not just for cars but large vans and HGVs.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Thomas McLennan looks at BEV growth and the assocation's areas of concern that may slow it down, not just for cars but large vans and HGVs.
In response to today's Autumn Budget and Spending Review, BVRLA chief executive, Gerry Keaney said:
The BVRLA was asked to speak at the House of Commons to the Transport Select Committee last week, telling MPs that the Government needs to start planning for a national road pricing scheme now to ensure that the transition from today’s emissions-based motoring tax regime is as smooth as possible.