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Transport for London has announced that from 23 March all road user charging schemes in the capital will be suspended until further notice.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has doubled the value of his van scrappage scheme, which will rise to £7,000 or £9,500 for those switching to electric vans.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
On Thursday 12 December voters across the UK will have an opportunity to have their say once again on who represents them. The BVRLA and its members can use this time to ensure candidates and the next government appreciate the key issues facing the fleet sector. The association has produced this campaign page to help members navigate the election.
Ahead of the expansion of the capital’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), the London Mayor has announced a new car scrappage scheme for Londoners on low incomes and those with disabilities.
Last week, the BVRLA published new data on its members’ green credentials, showing that vehicle rental and leasing members are leading the transition to cleaner transport.
Transport for London has released figures showing that the number of non-compliant vehicles entering the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has dropped by over a third during the first four months.
Members can now access a suite of free printed, digital and social media communication tools to help keep customers updated on the status of Clean Air Zones.
On Wednesday 4th September 2019 Chancellor Sajid Javid makes a Spending Round statement to Parliament setting out departmental budgets for 2020-21.
Members are invited to join the BVRLA’s Coventry roundtable event and share views with Coventry City Council, who are actively considering air quality and future mobility measures within the city.
In its Away with All Cars report, think tank Common Wealth, along with campaign groups We Own It and Greenpeace UK, has suggested London should eliminate the private car by 2030.
Findings from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)’s 2018 Vehicle Emissions Testing Programme highlight the threat to air quality improvements in ultra-low emission zones (ULEZs) caused by emissions from some Euro 6 vehicles.