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The BVRLA’s Rental Committee met last week and Brexit was at the top of their agenda with the impact on taking vehicles abroad and employing EU citizens being at the forefront of discussions.
The Brexit guidance pages on the BVRLA website have been updated to reflect the latest information from Government regarding a No Deal Brexit.
As the Brexit deadline draws closer, the BVRLA is reminding members to check the guidance pages on the BVRLA website for the latest updates.
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.
Are your customers taking their vehicle abroad? Contact the association to purchase VE103B Certificates to issue to customers taking rental or leased vehicles to Europe.
If you missed the BVRLA’s recent webinar about vehicle on hire VE103 certificates, there’s chance to listen again on the association’s YouTube channel.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched its Small print. Big difference campaign to help the holiday and travel industry to understand the rules on unfair terms.
The BVRLA is hosting two webinars focusing on the BVRLA’s Car Fair Wear & Tear Guide and VE103Bs, the document required when taking a rented or leased vehicle abroad.
Members are reminded to check their stock of VE103B Vehicle on Hire certificates, with demand expected to peak leading up to the fast-approaching Easter bank holidays.
School’s out and the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) is providing top tips for those looking to rent a car this Easter. Be it a family break or a DIY weekend, vehicle rental provides a flexible, cost-effective and convenient way of getting the right vehicle for the job.
The BVRLA has produced an online resource to support members with their communications to customers and other stakeholders.