The BVRLA and the Federation of Small Businesses have today issued a joint statement urging government to rethink its plans for van vehicle excise duty (VED), which both organisations believe will be harmful to small business van users.

In its response to a recent government consultation on van VED reform, the BVRLA welcomed the aim to see an increase in the take-up of low-emission vans but flagged concerns around the limited availability of vans currently on the market.

Those that are available are far more expensive than their Euro VI diesel equivalents.


Source: BVRLA News feed

The BVRLA and the Federation of Small Businesses have today issued a joint statement urging government to rethink its plans for van vehicle excise duty (VED), which both organisations believe will be harmful to small business van users.

In its response to a recent government consultation on van VED reform, the BVRLA welcomed the aim to see an increase in the take-up of low-emission vans but flagged concerns around the limited availability of vans currently on the market.

Those that are available are far more expensive than their Euro VI diesel equivalents.


Federation of Small Businesses joins forces with the BVRLA
Federation of Small Businesses joins forces with the BVRLA
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