Accidents are never a nice occurance. We know that the processes that follow can be strenuous, and we want to help. This guide will highlight the procedures you may have to go through. We also have an accident management helpline within our group, the information for which can be found in the guide.
BVRLA Fair Wear and Tear Guide - Cars
When you return your leased vehicle to the funder, it is expected to be in a reasonable condition. The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association have defined this term, and we have put together a guide to help you assess your vehicle ahead of it's official inspection.
BVRLA Fair Wear and Tear Guide - Commercials
Just like cars, commercial vehicles are expected to be returned to the funder in a reasonable condition, as set out the the BVRLA's Fair Wear and Tear guidelines. We have put together a guide to help you assess your commercial vehicle before it's official inspection.
Adding a cherished plate (also known as a 'personal' or 'private' plate) to a vehicle can give it an extra personal touch. This guide will walk you through the processes for adding or removing a private number plate.
Claiming Back Business Mileage
If you drive your vehicle for business purposes, you may be entitled to claim back a mileage expense. Read this guide to find out how much you might be owed, and what to do in order to obtain it.
Delivery and Collection
Delivery of your new vehicle is an exciting time, but there some things you will need to do. Our guide will identify the different delivery steps, and what happens when the vehicle needs to be collected by the funder.
If you own a young or start-up company, you may have come across this term. Our guide will define the phrase and what it could mean for you, so that you are informed during your decision making process.
We understand that sometimes your circumstances may change and you will need to exit your agreement. This might be possible, so we have outlined what to expect if you need to return your vehicle early.
Leasing For Start-Ups
If you have just started a business, or have been trading for a short amount of time, it might be hard for you to get accepted for finance on a lease vehicle. This guide will outline what may be required of you in order to obtain a lease.
Road Fund License
The Road Fund License (RFL) is a fund you are required to pay to the Government when you operate a vehicle. We have put together a table showing how the CO2 emissions of your vehicle impact the amount you pay.
Salary Sacrifice Scheme
Salary Sacrifice is a Government scheme designed to help employers and their employees when it comes to operating company vehicles. Read about the definition and the benefits in this guide.
Travelling abroad for business or pleasure in your vehicle requires you to have specific documentation. Our guide will highlight what may be needed when using your vehicle overseas.
Understanding Whole Life Costs
Leasing a vehicle may be more financially economical than other finance types, but it is easy to forget how much operating a vehicle can cost. We cover how to break down the 'Whole Life Cost' of your car or van.
WLTP and RDE Test Procedures
Recently, new testing procedures have been implemented to enforce strict adherence to emission limits, and to provide more accurate data. Read our guide to find out what these test are, and how they may impact you.