Tag : BVRLA
Average CO2 emissions for new car registrations in the UK leasing sector have fallen below 100g/km for the first time ever, according to new BVRLA data.
BVRLA member satisfaction rose across all key areas in 2020, driven by the organisation’s support in a very challenging year.
While fleets are at the early stages of electric vehicle deployment, there is a “huge” appetite for pure EVs and a need for businesses to understand … Read More »
Rising personal leasing demand and LCV take-up helped offset declining business contract hire for cars in Q2, new data from the BVRLA shows.
Paul Parkinson, founder and CEO of Synergy Car Leasing, has assumed the role of Leasing Broker Committee vice chairman at the BVRLA.
Failure to reach an EU trade deal will hit fleets hard, jeopardise any recovery of the automotive sector and slow down the uptake of electric vehicles, … Read More »
The introduction of Clean Air Zones is essential to combat air pollution but local and national support, including a digital payment platform, is vital to help … Read More »
The fleet sector will be responsible for 75% of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) on UK roads by 2025 – underscoring just how vital the industry is … Read More »
The BVRLA has commented that the Committee on Climate Change’s progress report about reducing UK emissions, released today, is too early to say whether 2032 is … Read More »
The vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sector can work with policymakers to deliver a swift rebound in the economy and a faster trajectory towards transport decarbonisation, … Read More »
Following news of a possible £6,000 scrappage scheme to promote new car sales and transition buyers into cleaner vehicles, the BVRLA and FLA have outlined the … Read More »
With the Conservatives having secured a majority in the general election, the fleet and automotive sector has urged the Government to focus on industry support, including … Read More »
Plug-in vehicle grants should be extended for the long-term while CO2-based taxes also need revamping to support fleet take-up of greener vehicles.
The Government has enlisted the BVRLA to monitor and assess compliance against its Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
BVRLA’s membership has grown to more than one thousand members following Royal Mail, Centrica and British Telecom’s Open Reach joining.
Political and business leaders, including the head of the BVRLA, have joined forces to urge stringent government action on air pollution.
Analysing the findings of the recent Fleet World Grey Fleet Survey in association with Alphabet and the BVRLA.
Fleets with grey fleet drivers are being urged to revisit their risk management as new research indicates private vehicles may be plagued by high-risk MOT advisory … Read More »
The fleet impact of industry issues including changing fuel prices, the introduction of Ultra Low Emission Zones and the shift to electric vehicles is to come … Read More »
Local and national government visions of a mobility revolution will require wide-ranging Government support to help encourage people to walk, cycle and use more public transport.
Government plans for ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050 will be derailed unless action is taken on electric vehicles.
Nina Bell, UK managing director at Avis Budget, has been named as the new chair of the BVRLA at this year’s AGM.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck has waded into the ongoing connected car data ownership debate, urging fleets to back a new call for open access to such … Read More »
Policymakers must work more closely with fleets to help ensure vehicle compliance with the London Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) – particularly if the zone does become … Read More »
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 »