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The recent extension and refurbishment of the BVRLA office space has made way for the arrival of two new additional members of staff to help support members in the areas of public affairs and compliance. Rachael Hewish joins the communications team as Public Affairs Manager and Hayleigh Clayton joins as Compliance Officer. We welcome them...
The BVRLA has published its latest Position Paper outlining what we are asking of policymakers to support the sector to help realise the full potential of connected vehicles and data.Innovations and developments in vehicle and mobile technologies are changing business models across the automotive industry with data and connected vehicles are bringing new challenges...
The Select Committee on Exiting the European Union has published its latest report on the UK’s ongoing negotiation with the EU around a future trade deal. Any future agreement will be made alongside those in place on the Article 50 withdrawal and transition period. As part of its recommendations, the Committee agreed with the BVRLA’s call...
The BVRLA has published a report assessing the threat of vehicle terrorism on the UK rental sector and makes recommendations on how the sector hopes to work with law enforcement organisations and policymakers from across government. In 2017, several terrorist attacks in the UK involved the use of rental vehicles as weapons, causing the deaths...
The BVRLA and its members are supporting the new national ACT campaign (Action Counters Terrorism), which aims to raise awareness of the different methods of attack planning and encourage the reporting of suspicious behaviour. Last year saw a spate of terrorist attacks where rental vehicles were used as ramming weapons to cause death and destruction...