The West Midlands will become the UK’s first Future Mobility Area, receiving £20 million of Government funding.
Delegates at industry briefing call on the Government to make a clear decision so fleet bodies can work with ministers to achieve the best outcome for all. By Stephen Briers
ACFO believes there will be a conflict of interest when the BVRLA attempts to represent both suppliers and customers in the same industry.
Trade body for the rental and leasing industry says it can give fleets a “stronger and louder voice”.
The BVRLA has called for the Government to provide more guidance and support to cities trying to get to grips with new and disruptive forms of mobility.
Fleets and motorists have been warned about a spate of fraudulent activity, where scammers are advertising bogus vehicle leasing deals on social media.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association is urging MPs to back reforms to whiplash compensation as the Civil Liability Bill undergoes a second reading in parliament today.
Insurance, maintenance, tyres and breakdown cover could now be taxed when provided via a so-called Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRA).
We asked key fleet figures from the past 40 years to identify some significant innovations and the impact they have had on the industry. Simon Harris reports
Glasgow’s initial focus will be on buses but all vehicles will be included by the end of 2022
BVRLA chief executive Gerry Keaney calls on Government to “get its act together” and address “obvious failures” in short-term tax policies for electric cars.
Four in 10 small and medium sized businesses are unaware clean air zones will arrive in the UK as early as next year, a survey from the BVRLA suggests.
By Gerry Keaney, chief executive of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA)
As a result of air quality debates, Fleet News editor invites industry figures to have their say in the Fleet Budget Manifesto
UK motor insurers have voted for the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) to handle and pay the claims from victims involved in a terrorist event.
The UK's vehicle rental and leasing industry contributes around £49 billion per year to the UK economy, according to a new report published by the BVRLA.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has launched a pledge that will see its members’ plug-in vehicle fleet size from 50,000 today to 720,000 by 2025.
BVRLA has published the latest Fleet Technology Report, providing new insight into the status of the connected vehicle market and the impact it is having on the vehicle rental and leasing industry.
Motorists should take their V5C logbook, while drivers of leased or hired vehicles need an on hire certificate (VE103) from their rental or leasing provider.
Council says it recognises the need to work with business over the next 12-18 months in order to make Scotland’s first low emission zone “proportionate”.
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