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The BVRLA today unveiled its Industry Outlook 2019 Report in front of almost 200 industry leaders, trade media and other guests at the association’s annual industry conference. Although the next twelve months will be a very challenging period, the BVRLA say that there is clear evidence that members are seizing the initiative and not waiting...
Following the UK’s exit from the EU, UK hauliers operating in EU countries may require new paperwork. The Government hopes to reach an agreement which maintains the existing liberal access for commercial hauliers, allowing UK hauliers to continue to operate as they do today. Whilst the Government remains optimistic for a deal, preparations are being...
Taxation, industry reputation, Brexit, EVs, motor finance and residual values will all be on the packed agenda for the BVRLA’s flagship Industry Outlook Conference next week. The event will kick-off with an overview from BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney before a panel of senior industry executives discuss the key themes emerging from this year’s Industry...
Writing for the Fleet News FN50, BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney talks about the changing face of the association’s membership and shares his views on what he considers to be the key drivers of change affecting the sector in the coming year. In this article, Gerry highlights BVRLA members' buying power and ability to drive...
The BVRLA has urged the Government to regulate vehicle mileage adjustment companies. Responding to the Department for Transport’s Odometer Fraud consultation, the association has suggested that operators working in this field must be required to register with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency and sign up to a set of minimum standards. This would include...