BVRLA director of policy and membership Jay Parmar is to leave the leasing and rental association after 19 years.
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Company cars remain the cleanest on the road, despite average CO2 figures for new cars reaching a five-year high.
A new report, released today, is urging the Government to support flexible, pay-as-you-go forms of motoring.
By Tim Watts, managing director of Fleet Department
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Long-term tax incentives, improved lead times and more rapid charge points are needed if the Government is to meet its ‘net zero’ emissions pledge.
Nina Bell has been named as the new chair of the BVRLA, replacing Matt Dyer who stepped down having completed his two-year term.
The proportion of compliant vehicles entering the ULEZ has increased by more than a third, but TfL still expected to collect £450,000-plus in charges each day.
The vehicle rental industry’s essential role in supporting the UK economy has been set out in a new report from the BVRLA.
Grosvenor Leasing has its very own ‘green’ hero, after Mark Gallagher was presented with a BVRLA Hero Award.
The Spring Statement has failed to deliver any clarity for the fleet and leasing industry over future tax rates.
Alphabet (GB) has celebrated its fleet administration manager Ashlee Lanchbery’s recognition as a British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association’s (BVRLA) ‘Hero’ 2019.
A 24% surge in personal leasing helped the sector remain ahead in declining new car market.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) recognised the outstanding contribution of Brian Back to the industry at its annual dinner in London, last week.
The report says a fairer and more sophisticated tax system could be based on distance travelled, time of journey, location or air pollution.
Failure to support the fleet sector with a fair and consistent tax regime will seriously threaten Government attempts to decarbonise road transport
Fleet News with BVRLA, ACFO and other industry stakeholders call on fleets and their drivers to comment on Government review of company car taxation rates.
The latest BVRLA leasing broker statistics shows a levelling out of the market during 2018 as the overall rate of growth remained at 10%, commensurate with 2017 figures.
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