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The Government has published its second batch of ‘Technical Notices’ providing advice to businesses in the event of no deal being agreed between the UK and the European Union as part of the preparations for EU-Exit. Although the Government is hopeful that a deal will be reached, momentum has increased for no-deal scenario planning and...
The BVRLA and its members have been praised for the quick way in which it responded to a recent spate of fraudsters advertising bogus vehicle leasing deals on social media. The last week has seen the association work with regulators, the police and national media to raise awareness, warn consumers and protect the reputation...
The association’s bi-monthly newsletter BVRLA News is now being published on members’ intranets to help keep staff updated on all the latest from the association as well as the big news highlights affecting the vehicle rental and leasing industry. Any members wanting to publish BVRLA News on their own channels should contact BVRLA Media Relations...
The BVRLA has been made aware of a spate of fraudulent activity, where scammers are advertising bogus vehicle leasing deals on social media and are extracting money from unsuspecting customers. Using social media advertising, in particular Instagram, the scammers are posing as BVRLA members to lure in customers with advertising headlines targeting those with poor...
Writing for Fleet Leasing this month, BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney has emphasised the economic contribution of the vehicle rental and leasing industry and shared his thoughts on how the industry is responding during these final stages of EU trade negotiations. The piece provides useful insight into the strength and importance of the vehicle rental...