The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has confirmed that as part of its support for workplace charge points, businesses will be able to install up to 20 sockets with the grant providing £300 per socket towards the cost. The grant is a major win for the BVRLA, as the association has worked with the...
Gerry Keaney has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond ahead of the Autumn Statement Source: BVRLA News feed Gerry Keaney has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond ahead of the Autumn Statement Government told to end the tax unfairness on the rental and leasing industry Government told to end the tax unfairness on the rental and leasing industry {$excerpt:n}
The BVRLA has responded to HMRC's consultation into employee benefits this week, calling on the government to stop the planned tax raid on the company car market. Chief Executive Gerry Keaney believes the government should exempt employer-provided cars from the changes because, unlike other employee benefits which remain untaxed, company cars are already subject to an effective...
  BVRLA welcomes support for workplace charging Workplace Charging -The BVRLA has welcomed the government’s new £35m package to support the ultra-low emission vehicle market (ULEV), which includes £10m of funding for workplace and residential on-street chargepoints. BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney commented: “We are delighted that the government has listened to our call for support with workplace...
Sadiq Khan has unveiled radical plans to rate lorries on how well the driver can see other road users   Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has introduced a Direct Vision Standard for lorries which rates them on how well the driver can see other road users. Vehicles are graded from zero – for those with poor...