The BVRLA has written to the Chancellor ahead of November’s Autumn Budget, urging him to consider the adverse implications of placing a further tax burden upon the company car market.

In the submission, the BVRLA draws parallels between the successive rise in business motoring taxation and the upward trend of people taking cash allowances to finance their own vehicles instead of opting for greener cleaner company cars.

Government figures show that the number of company car drivers* has remained static for the past seven years while the UK economy has grown consistently.


Source: BVRLA News feed

The BVRLA has written to the Chancellor ahead of November’s Autumn Budget, urging him to consider the adverse implications of placing a further tax burden upon the company car market.

In the submission, the BVRLA draws parallels between the successive rise in business motoring taxation and the upward trend of people taking cash allowances to finance their own vehicles instead of opting for greener cleaner company cars.

Government figures show that the number of company car drivers* has remained static for the past seven years while the UK economy has grown consistently.


BVRLA calls for the Chancellor to support company car market
BVRLA calls for the Chancellor to support company car market
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