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Britain’s business car fleets are continuing to slash CO2 emissions and reduce mileages according to the latest research from the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association.


The BVRLA has written to the secretary of state for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, outlining further measures that could be taken to support the UK’s new and used car industry.


Enforcement agency hits road transport industry with £9 million bill to cover its own failings  


The BVRLA has improved the annual examination of its commercial vehicle members, including a more rigorous inspection of centrally-held maintenance records.


Eight years after joining the association as its sixth director general, John Lewis has been made chief executive.


The BVRLA has launched a new CO2 tool on its website, enabling operators to compare the emissions of different vans.


The temporary VAT reduction announced in the Pre-Budget Report gives a multi-million boost to the vehicle rental and leasing industry over the next 13 months.


David Alexander has taken on the role of Chairman of the BVRLA’s Rental Committee. Operations director at Europcar, David replaces Brice Adamson of Enterprise Rent a Car.


The Government must use the forthcoming Pre-Budget Report to clear up all remaining uncertainty surrounding the major Corporation Tax Review planned for April 2009.


With a major transformation in business car tax just six months away, the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association is urging businesses to review their car policy in order to benefit from the