British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association Releases 2013 Member Directory

The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association published a new directory of its vehicle rental and leasing members, according to an email sent to members ealier this month.

More than 400 corporate members offering rental, leasing and fleet management services are included in the directory. It also provides contact information, fleet sizes and details of the services and vehicles they offer.

The directory contains a listing of BVRLA leasing brokers and associate members who are key suppliers or stakeholders within the wider automotive and vehicle finance industry.

The BVRLA Member Directory 2013 is downloadable from the BVRLA website at

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