Mike Bailey, CAVA Finance 0161 222 9599
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In a time where everything seems to have been flipped on it’s head, businesses are struggling and people’s daily lives are disrupted, it’s important to make the best out of a bad situation.Longstanding customer A&A Travel (Sussex) Ltd have done exactly that. Following on from last Friday’s school closures around the country and Monday’s announcement of more significant lockdown measures, the company are doing all they can for their community.These measures have resulted in unexpected availability of drivers and vehicles, where they would previously have been on the school runSEE DETAILS

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Globally we are facing a time of great uncertainty, the impacts of which are being felt across all industries.In view of these unprecedented circumstances, we wanted to reassure our clients that our funders will work with our you to take your individual circumstances into consideration, if your business has been impacted by the Coronavirus.From the shutting down of vehicle manufacturing factories to the impact closer to home for coach, minibus and taxi operators, the automotive industry is facing economic shockwaves caused by the reaction to the virus.This is a particularly tough time forSEE DETAILS

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If you’ve followed CAVA for a while then you’ll be familiar with Mike’s love of sport. He’s now in the twilight of his cricketing career, and so decided to take up a sport that would still provide competition and keep up the “dressing room banter.”Having played occasional golf for a number of years, Mike took up golf more seriously in  July 2018, joining Greenmount Golf Club in Bury, he now plays off a handicap of 22. GGC recently arranged group coaching lessons with professional Mike Bardi at Golf Rossendale Driving Academy,SEE DETAILS

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New legislation was introduced in January which could have a direct impact on you if you are a coach operator. You’ll likely already be aware of this but if you’re looking to purchase a new coach for future use, then you’ll need to consider your compliance to these provisions.PSVAR (Public Service Vehicle Accessibility Regulations) applies specifically to coaches which carry more than 22 passengers and were registered prior to 2000. If you’re using an older coach for shorter journeys, such as school transport services, then you may need to updateSEE DETAILS

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Cleaner air can only be a good thing, but there a lot to consider if your business in terms of environmental impact, if you’re a minibus, coach or taxi operator.The Euro 6 Clean Air Legislation is being introduced in major cities around the UK, starting with London in April last year, with the Ultra Low Emission Zone being introduced to reduce pollution.  The timing coincides with the best time to start thinking about expanding your business as an operator. With the weather picking up, the demand from customers is usuallySEE DETAILS

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