Tag : BVRLA
The BVRLA, along with other leading trade bodies, is urging fleets to take action on the current government consultation on changes to vehicle tax as the … Read More »
BVRLA membership reached a 20-year high in 2018 as the association scaled up its operations to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly diverse membership.
2019 will bring some significant challenges for vehicle rental and leasing firms but the industry is taking action to seize the initiative.
The Department for Transport has launched a Rental Vehicle Security Scheme which aims to increase counter-terrorism awareness across the sector and mitigate the risk of rental vehicles being used as … Read More »
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) market study on general insurance pricing practices should be extended to cover small and medium sized businesses too.
The rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport, ahead of the introduction of clean air zones (CAZs), the latest BVRLA Sustainability Credentials figures reveal.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) is to open its membership to fleet operators from January next year.
The Government is being urged to more guidance and support to cities around the UK that are trying to get to grips with the arrival of … Read More »
Scammers are using social media to advertise bogus vehicle leasing deals – including using fake BVRLA credentials.
The BVRLA’s fifth Fleet Technology Congress offered special insight into the key elements that will make up the future of fleet. Jonathan Musk reports…
Increased take-up of personal contract hire could lead to thousands of motorists inadvertently flouting European legislation when driving across the Channel this year.
The vehicle rental and leasing industry contributes around £49bn per year to the UK economy while playing a major role in supporting domestic vehicle and engine … Read More »
Next month’s BVRLA Fleet Technology Congress will introduce new breakout sessions to explore salient industry issues in much deeper detail.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has appointed Avis Budget Group MD Nina Bell as its first female vice-chair as it pushes ahead with … Read More »
Alphabet collections manager Hannah Broad has been named as a ‘BVRLA Hero’ for 2018.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has published a report setting out how the Government and the rental sector can work together to deal … Read More »
The BVRLA and its members are taking action to help cut down on vehicle terrorism as they support a new national police campaign calling on the … Read More »
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) is implementing a Three-Year Plan to help it address the “unprecedented” range of challenges facing the sector.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) and ACFO have met with Leeds City Council to discuss the city’s future Clean Air Zone at a … Read More »
Government plans for Clean Air Zones in UK towns and cities will require a practical and workable solution which considers fleet operating cycles as well as … Read More »
Leaving the EU without a tariff-free trade deal could see the price of vehicles go up “about 10%” while the price of parts could rise “about 4.5%”.
The fleet industry is mourning the loss of Freddie Aldous, hailed by the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) as a pioneer and innovator.
Average CO2 emissions are on the rise from British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) member lease cars as a result of Government’s tax drives on … Read More »
2018 will bring major developments for fleets in ULEVs and mobility services, according to the BVRLA’s 2018 Industry Outlook Report. Natalie Middleton analyses the main findings.
With just nine days to go until the Autumn Budget, some of the UK’s leading fleet organisations tell Fleet World of their Budget wish list.
Implementing further taxes on diesel vehicles would be “grossly unfair” and could actually force fleet drivers into opting for higher-polluting vehicles under cash allowance schemes.