THE essential guide to the state of leased vehicle return has been updated by the BVRLA.
Called the Fair Wear and Tear Standard for Cars, the BVRLA says that this update reflects the latest technologies and driver habits and has been compiled with input auction houses and common issues handled through the association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution service.
One of the key changes for SME fleets is the requirement for an electric car to have a full charge at the point of collection when it comes to the end of lease.
Other updates give greater clarity on tyre and wheel condition, in-vehicle documentation, and the presence of charging cables where appropriate.
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