Business Car Leasing
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Guide to Vehicle Leasing
New to leasing? This guide has been created to offer you impartial information and helpful advice about leasing a vehicle.
With over 36 years of experience providing lease vehicles to business and private individuals, we can offer you the most compreshensive information and knowledge. If you have any further questions or topics you wish to discuss, contact one of our leasing consultants
What is business car leasing?
Business car leasing, and specifically business contract hire, is an extremely popular way of hiring company cars. This is due to the many benefits it offers to business owners.
We have broken down these benefits for you below, and then summarised the different forms of business car leasing including the most common form, business contract hire.
What are the benefits of business car leasing?
Over half of all company cars are financed as a business car lease. This is due to the several benefits to a leasing offers that make it an attractive option:
Low initial outlay
The inital outlay required to lease a vehicle is less than a car loan or buying outright, starting from only three monthly payments, keeping expenditure low.
Improved cash flow, avoid depreciation
The total cost of a lease is often cheaper than the finance payments on a car loan or buying a vehicle outright. This allows your business to have improved cash flow.
VAT benefits for your business
50% of your monthly rental figure is tax reclaimable. If you take out a contract out with maintenance, 100% of the maintenace figure can be reclaimed.
Option to include maintenance
For added peace of mind all lease contracts have the option to include maintenance for an additional monthly fee, for a complete hassle free service.
Road fund licence
Road fund licence is included in all business contract hire contracts, and for the first year in an operating lease. Saving your business even more.
Full manufacturers warranty
All lease cars come with a full manufacturers warranty that will, in most cases, cover the term of your contract, allowing you to focus on more important business.