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BVRLA forums guarantee lively discussion, debate, and the opportunity to network with like-minded peers. The forums will be online for 2021 and will continue to provide a unique opportunity to discuss the issues that are impacting your businesses and see how others are dealing with them.
Forty-five members joined the BVRLA’s second online Technical and Operational Management (TOM) forum of 2020 last week.
A look at key aftermarket trends - presented by Dan Joyce & Luke Penn, Kwik Fit at the November 2020 forum
This presentation looked at key trends throughout the Covid-19 period - focussing on tyres, MOTs and network capacity.
The AA shared insights on EVs, recalls and inspection services.
The association’s next Technical and Operational Management Forum takes place on Wednesday 4 November, with expert speakers from across the fleet industry and its supply chain sharing insights, data and real-world stories to assist with business planning for the coming months.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
The fleet sector’s pivotal role in delivering zero-emission road transport will see it responsible for 75% of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) on UK roads by 2025.
Keep an open mind says Matt Freeman, cap hpi, highlighting some key industry insights in this interview
Matt Freeman, managing consultant at cap hpi talks to BVRLA Senior Policy Advisor, Tom McLennan about the transition to alternatively fuelled vehicles, the state of the market, and what member businesses should be thinking about for 2021 in this 26-minute interview.
Many BVRLA members have written to the association asking for clarity on the treatment of combination vehicles for VAT and benefits purposes.
The BVRLA has launched a new Technical & Operational Management page within the Industry Insight section of its website, bringing together the latest webinars, blogs, interviews and reports on this topic.
Members are reminded of the importance of communicating the required return conditions to leasing customers ahead of them returning their vehicles.
Working collaboratively to keep the sector going says Martin Phillips, i247 Group in video interview
Martin Phillips, Joint Managing Director at i247 Group, talks to BVRLA Events Manager, Fran Hampson about tyre supply and garage capacity as well as upskilling of technicians and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in this 22-minute interview.