Government Policy

BVRLA members are delivering the future of ...

Mar 20, 2019Comments off

The BVRLA has welcomed the Government’s announcement that it will provide more financial, regulatory and policy support for UK cities looking to develop their own

Road Safety

Government’s approach to road safety unde...

Mar 18, 2019Comments off

The Transport Committee has launched a new inquiry into road safety – and is keen to hear from road safety professionals and members of the

2020 predictions

Brexit is not the only show in town for the...

Mar 14, 2019Comments off

As government indicates that the fleet sector must continue to wait for a published response to the recent review into the impact of WLTP on

Confused Government policy leads to first C...

Mar 12, 2019Comments off

Confused Government policy towards diesel vehicles, which has deterred many buyers and led to a sustained across-the-board fall in diesel sales, has resulted in the

Government accused of lack of clarity over ...

Jan 24, 2019Comments off

The government lacks a clear and cohesive strategy in its approach to green transport which extends to low emission charging zones, diesels and plug-in hybrid

Further response to the change to the Plug-...

Oct 15, 2018Comments off

Following the government’s announcement last week that the Plug-In Hybrid car grant is to be scrapped from the 9th November, there has been a major

Government scraps plug-in car grant for hyb...

Oct 12, 2018Comments off

Cash incentives have been offered since 2011 to help promote cleaner cars and meet emissions targets, but from the 9th of November, grants for new

Boost in charging infrastructure as part of...

Jul 09, 2018Comments off

The Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, will today (Monday, 9 July) outline proposals to enable a major uplift in electric vehicle charging infrastructure, paving the way

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