Keep up to date with the latest news from the BVRLA. You can browse our complete collection of articles below.
BVRLA has published a new factsheet on London’s Direct Vision Standard and the Safety Permit required for heavy goods vehicles over 12 tonnes operating in Greater London.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has published guidance on HGV daily checks for those businesses who use or rent commercial vehicles.
The BVRLA has updated the Child Restraints & Seatbelt Laws factsheet to include some advice to rental companies on what to do with child car seats involved in an accident.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) has published a new report, What does my car do? which calls for global standards to be set for vehicle controls and driver assistance systems.
Clive Buhagiar, Head of Operational Services at Alphabet (GB) Limited joins the BVRLA blog community this week to look at the growth of Personal Contract Hire and asks if maintenance costs have been fully considered.
Clive Buhagiar, Head of Operational Services at Alphabet (GB) Limited looks at the growing trend for switching from a traditional car scheme to a cash allowance and asks if maintenance costs have been fully considered.
The BVRLA and is working with Thatcham Research and other industry membership organisations to support the development of a Code of Practice for managing ADAS repairs.
The BVRLA is hosting its first ever Future Mobility Congress in Birmingham later this week, with over 140 senior delegates from the rental, leasing and fleet sectors registered to attend.
The BVRLA has recently given evidence to the Commission on Travel Demand for their Shared Mobility Inquiry.
Bob Saynor, Driver Training Consultant for the Energy Saving Trust shares driving advice that will not only reduce emissions but save on fuel and costs too.
A new Highways England Safety Campaign launching on 3 April will encourage more drivers to ensure that their vehicle is roadworthy before they travel.
The EU institutions have reached a provisional political agreement on the revised General Safety Regulation. As of 2022 new safety technologies will become mandatory in European vehicles to protect passengers, pedestrians and cyclists.