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Members have asked the BVRLA about obtaining a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) to access the zero-emission mileage (ZEM) figure of a particular vehicle. The association can confirm that a CoC is not needed unless you are planning to export a vehicle.
Many BVRLA members have written to the association asking for clarity on the treatment of combination vehicles for VAT and benefits purposes.
The BVRLA’s upcoming Fleets in Charge event will focus on two fundamental issues affecting members today: Road transport decarbonisation and business recovery.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps MP will be addressing BVRLA members and guests at the association’s new ‘Fleets in Charge’ event, taking place on 6 October.
HM Treasury recently sought industry views on Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) to help inform a move towards a more dynamic system and to understand how VED can support road transport decarbonisation.
HM Treasury is seeking industry's views on Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) and the BVRLA is canvassing suggestions from members on moving towards a more dynamic system.
A Court ruling has found in favour of the HMRC confirming that combi vans should be treated the same as cars for P11D purposes.
Last week, the association submitted its formal response to the Government’s consultation on the proposed phasing out of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans by 2035.
Setting a single date for ending the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles would be a mistake, the BVRLA has told the Government in its response to the 2035 phase out consultation.
HMRC has updated its VAT guidance for hotels and holiday accommodation to cover a broader range of eligible accommodation types, including motorhomes.
HM Treasury is currently consulting on Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), seeking views from industry to help inform how it can move towards a more dynamic VED system which uses the tax to help reduce road transport emissions.
The BVRLA and six of its largest car rental members have written to Chancellor Rishi Sunak to ask that the sector benefits from the same temporary 5% VAT rate that he applied to the hospitality and attractions industry last week.