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Following a surge in the number of mild hybrid electric vehicle registrations, members are seeking clarification on their tax treatment, particularly of diesel mild hybrids.
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.
The BVRLA has written to Chancellor Sajid Javid asking him to prioritise fleets within his autumn 2019 Budget statement.
The BVRLA welcomes the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee report that highlights the need for government to develop a strategy by the time of the Spring Statement 2020, to drive the uptake of lower emission vehicles.
The BVRLA is backing calls for motorhomes to be reclassified as commercial vehicles in order to prevent a massive hike in vehicle excise duty (VED).
The Department for Transport announced last week that zero-emission capable private hire vehicles will be exempt from higher vehicle excise duty. They also stated ultra-low emission heavy goods vehicles will now be eligible for the Plug-In Van Grant.
The BVRLA’s first ever conference for leasing broker members will take place on 21 May in London. There are now over 90 delegates registered, so book soon to guarantee a place.
The BVRLA wrote to the Chancellor Philip Hammond in advance of the Spring Statement reminding him of the importance of getting the tax regime right to support the fleet sector.
Joining the BVRLA Blogger community, Claire Evans, Head of Fleet Consultancy at Zenith shares her views on why government needs to rethink its approach to vehicle taxation.
Claire Evans, Head of Fleet Consultancy at Zenith, explains why government needs to rethink its approach to vehicle tax
The BVRLA has brought together nine organisations representing economists, fleets, motorists, the automotive industry, energy providers, and local government to contribute to a new BVRLA report sharing perspectives on vehicle tax reform.
Failure to support the fleet sector with a fair and consistent tax regime will seriously threaten Government attempts to decarbonise road transport.