There are a number of vehicle funding solutions and we will be happy to talk you through the various options:

Contract Hire is a popular long-term vehicle rental agreement suitable for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies. It’s a particularly popular option for VAT registered companies, as they can claim back 50% of the VAT for the supply of the vehicle. In addition maintenance of vehicles can be included in the monthly fees, helping spread the cost.

Hire Purchase gives you an option to own the car at the end of the agreement. These are normally fixed cost, meaning that the APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is set before the contract begins. The loan period is also fixed – typically three to four years – and the finance agreement is secured against the car being bought, which means that lenders can be flexible in the terms and conditions they offer.

Finance Lease is a popular agreement for businesses needing cars, vans and commercial vehicles where contract hire is not suitable. It offers flexibility and tax advantages to eligible companies who require one or more vehicles but don’t have the accessible funds to pay for them up front.

Lease Purchase is available to business customers. It is an agreement designed to offer dedicated vehicle funding if your company eventually wishes to buy the vehicle, but doesn’t want to spend the money up front. Lease purchase is purely a finance package and does not include maintenance or other added-value services,

We just need to establish if you would like to own the vehicle or hand it back at the end, and if you feel a maintenance contract would be beneficial.

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