Now, the BVRLA
has committed to distributing the new-look leaflet with every vehicle hired from its members.
wants the report to stimulate a dynamic discussion between drivers, the automotive supply chain and policymakers about creating a tax system fit for the future.
also took a big step forwards on this front when it launched its 'Plug-in-Pledge' in July this year, which could supercharge the uptake of lower emission vehicles by increasing our member's electric and hybrid plug-in fleets to 720,000 by 2025.
are urging the public to be on their guard over any adverts that promote vehicle leasing deals that require "No credit checks", promote "No deposit" and ask people to "Direct Message" via text to get the deal.
wants councils to acknowledge many firms operate in multiple cities, and called for phased charging for lorries so the most polluting pay a higher fee.
A DVLA spokesman said: "As BVRLA
is aware, timescales for implementation are under discussion, but we can confirm that no changes will come into effect over the busy festive season".
chief Gerry Keaney said: "Rental and leasing companies will no doubt be keen to see the technology under the skin of this revolutionary sports car as it will gradually filter down and become standard on mainstream fleet cars in the coming years."
(British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association) head of communications Toby Poston explained this was critical for leasing companies and fleets, especially as cars becoming increasingly technical and computerised.
This week, leasing and vehicle rental body BVRLA
has made an appeal to companies to help reduce risk and cost management by preventing staff from using their own vehicles for business unless they can give proof that their car is roadworthy and insured and provide licence details.
chief executive John Lewis, says: "It boosted sales of small foreign cars but did little to help German manufacturers.
First and most important is to use only a company that is good enough to have achieved Membership of the British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association (BVRLA
The commitment was made by the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA
) on behalf of its 900 members.