The BVRLA has published Guidance for vehicle collection, delivery, distribution, storage and technical services.
The 9-page document was written by the Finance and Leasing Association with contributions from the BVRLA, National Association of Motor Auctions and the Vehicle Remarketing Association.
The present restrictions as a result of COVID-19 have led to some uncertainty about the types of activity that remain permissible and what the requirements are.
This guidance, which reflects Government guidance as at 1 June 2020, is intended to clarify the requirements that apply on vehicle and parts collections, delivery and distribution, storage and technical services.
GOVERNMENT ACKNOWLEDGES BVRLA SUPPORT FOR BUSINESSES DURING COVID
The BVRLA is one of only two UK trade associations listed on the Government website as providing Coronavirus support to businesses in the transport industry.
The Government website promotes a link to the BVRLA Covid-19 Business Advice page where there is a wealth of information to support the vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sectors.
The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy also recently cited the BVRLA as a good example of an industry body supporting its sectors well through regular communication, guidance, advice, webinars and learning resources.