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The Government is being urged again to rethink the 1 April changes to Vehicle Excise Duty, which are likely to bring higher rental prices for fleet operators.
Fleet take-up of new cars and vans through British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) members rose in Q4 2016 although the main growth was seen in the personal contract hire sector.
The BVRLA paid tribute to key figures from its first 50 years and unveiled its new look logo at its Annual Dinner.
Average new car emissions fell for the 19th consecutive year but the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has warned that the ‘anti-diesel’ agenda will halt further progress.
An alliance of business organisations and environmental charities including the BVRLA has written to the chancellor urging him to introduce the Mayor of London’s proposals for a national diesel scrappage fund.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has signed up Honda UK as the manufacturer sponsor for the 2017 Annual Dinner.
The BVRLA is urging its leasing members to consider how new emissions testing rules will affect them amid concerns over the higher CO2 emissions that are likely to be generated.
The International Parking Community (IPC) and the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) have signed a new agreement that will aid the processing of private parking tickets.
Government support for fleet uptake of ultra-low emission vehicles is to be applauded but better use needs to be made of the company car tax regime.
The vehicle rental and leasing industry continued to grow in 2016, with increases in both the number of cars and vans in the business leasing sector.
Car rental firms will be forced to operate their fleets for longer if Government road tax plans go ahead, impacting on the take-up of clean vehicles as well as the new and used car … Read More »
With three weeks to go until the BVRLA’s seventh annual Industry Conference, the association has confirmed the final agenda for the day.
The Treasury is being urged to use the Autumn Statement to “end tax unfairness on the vehicle rental and leasing industry”.
The BVRLA and a coalition of other fleet industry stakeholders are working together to oppose possible changes to employee benefits that would impact on fleets and fleet drivers.
New government funding for workplace and residential on-street charge points will help drive fleet take-up of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) but more action is needed on tax and in-life incentives for vehicles, according to … Read More »
The fleet industry is being urged to work together to tackle cyber security fears to boost the confidence of fleet managers and motorists in an autonomous future.
The BVRLA has welcomed a report published by the Environment Audit Committee calling on the Government to provide greater support to the electric vehicle market.
HMRC is being urged to consider the wider benefits of salary sacrifice car schemes to the UK economy as it runs a consultation on their future tax treatment.
Changes could be afoot for government tax policies on salary sacrifice schemes for fleets as well as company car tax treatment of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) and lease accounting under new consultations. The Government ... Read More »