Crackdown on Emissions 5 Years Early

The Government plans to end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2035 at the latest – five years earlier than previously announced – to further crackdown on emissions and will include plug-in hybrid vehicles in the ban.

BVRLA Work to Clarify WLTP Protocol

Confusion around carbon dioxide (CO2) emission figures relating to modified vans following introduction of the Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) protocol has led to Government clarification

Fuel Prices Rise

Fleets can expect fuel prices to rise by at least 2p a litre in the coming days and possibly by as much as 6p or 7p in light of the current crisis in the Gulf, the world’s major oil producing region.

Radical Change for the Cities of York and Oxford

Two of the UK’s best known cities are pushing forward with radical places to improve air quality that will see the nation’s first Zero Emission Zone launched in one location and a complete ban on “all non-essential private car journeys” in another.

‘Industry Outlook 2020’ – BVRLA Report

Fleet chiefs have been warned that maintaining vehicle downtime at ‘acceptable levels’ will be a major challenge in 2020 with workshop capacity under pressure and increasing vehicle complexity proving to be a challenge for technicians.