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As 2017 draws to a close, the BVRLA has published its Annual Review to provide an overview of what the association has been doing throughout the year to support members. It provides an update on the BVRLA’s activities in representing the sector in the high-profile policy and media debates surrounding air quality, personal motor finance...
Over 170 members and guest speakers joined the BVRLA at the East Midlands Conference Centre last week where the association unveiled its 2018 Industry Outlook Report. The report, which provides a collective industry view on eight key subject areas suggests that the vehicle rental and leasing industry is feeling positive and ready to embrace the...
The vehicle rental and leasing industry is feeling positive and ready to embrace the market opportunities it sees in the months ahead, according to the BVRLA, which today unveiled its 2018 Industry Outlook Report. Despite an increasingly hostile tax regime, and uncertainty surrounding Brexit, diesel vehicles, terrorism and the regulatory environment, BVRLA members are upbeat...
Business Secretary Greg Clark MP has today (27 November 2017) launched the government’s ambitious Industrial Strategy, setting out a long-term vision for how Britain can build on its economic strengths, address its productivity performance, embrace technological change and boost the earning power of people across the UK. In the strategy, the government has identified four...

BVRLA reacts to Autumn Budget

Today’s Autumn Budget delivered some much-needed clarity on diesel taxation while providing vital extra support for electric and autonomous vehicles. Commenting on some of the specific measures announced in Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s speech, BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney has shared the association's views on: - the decision to temporarily increase the Company Car Tax Diesel Supplement...