Following the breaking news that the UK’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps thinks the planned ban on sales of new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars could
Charging and driving an electric vehicle will be easier, cheaper and more convenient in the future, thanks to double the funding for more chargepoints on
In December, the ruling Conservatives won an outright majority in the UK’s General Election – something they have not enjoyed since 2017. What’s more, this
The BVRLA has joined forces with over twenty automotive, environmental, EV charging and fleet organisations to call upon the next government to pledge their continued
A default 20mph speed limit could soon be introduced in Glasgow, a move which the city council says would affect the ‘vast majority of roads’.
In terms of mobility, people with disabilities often face significant issues. Wheelchair accessible vehicles, however, allow people to travel and move more freely and safely.
As Parliament shuts for a five-week general election campaign, the BVRLA is calling for the next Government to back the fleet sector by confirming the
The fleet and motor industries and politicians must unite to provide a co-ordinated timeline and pathway to establishing electric vehicles as a viable corporate mobility
Nexus Vehicle Rental, the UK’s leading tech driven business mobility provider, is launching the latest in its Glovebox Guide series to provide drivers with advice
Commenting on the Government’s response to the Transport Select Committee on local roads funding*, Jack Cousens, head of roads policy for the AA says; “For