From November, BCA locations will hold separately branded 'umbrella' auctions of vehicles from full or associate BVRLA members.
Vehicles will have warranted mileage, registration documents and a full service history. MoT certificate, radio security code and master key will be included where appropriate. All cars will be prepared to an agreed standard before sale and sold on a BCA engineer's report.
John Lewis, director-general of the BVRLA, said: 'Ex-lease vehicles are among the most sought-after at auction time and this programme will give all members excellent opportunities for re-marketing. The residual value is a critical factor in wholelife costs and any service that can help at this critical time is to be welcomed.'
BCA customer affairs director Tom Madden said: 'We have worked hand-in-hand with the BVRLA to develop a sales programme that delivers all the benefits and low costs you might expect as a large volume vendor, while enjoying the flexibility that an open sale programme can bring.
'Even if you only sell one car a year, you still get access to a sales programme that gets nationwide sales support, advertising and promotion, with a loyal buyer base.'