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The Government has set out how vehicles fitted with Automated Lane Keeping System technology could legally be defined as self-driving if they receive GB type approval and there is no evidence to challenge the vehicle’s ability to self-drive.
The BVRLA’s next free ‘Industry Outlook Webinar: a spotlight on challenges presented by the pandemic’ looks ahead at priorities and trends for 2021 following 2020’s year of unprecedented change.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is running a series of free cyber security webinars and talks in late February and March 2021, aimed at UK businesses of all sizes.
The BVRLA has submitted views to the Transport Select Committee’s inquiry into zero emission vehicles and road pricing.
The latest BVRLA Interview sees David Savage, Associate Vice President, UK and Ireland at Geotab talk about the role for telematics as people transition their fleets to electric.
Members will have the opportunity to help shape the future about a topic that will have a far-reaching impact with a say on the Law Commission’s consultation on autonomous vehicles.
Beverley Wise, Sales Director UK & Ireland at Webfleet Solutons talks to BVRLA Public Affairs Manager, Rachael Hewish about latest government targets, the role of telematics, transition to electric vehicles and business recovery, in this 25-minute interview
Nick Brownrigg, BVRLA Vice-Chair and Chief Executive Officer at Alphabet GB discusses business opportunities presented by a shift in attitude towards flexible travel options and environmental consciousness.
The BVRLA has submitted a response to a call for evidence from the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles on the safe use of Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) on GB motorways.