Take a look at our car leasing FAQs below and if you can't find the answer to your question, please call our friendly leasing specialists on 0161 440 7272.
Who’s responsible for getting out insurance on the car?
Once you enter into your lease with us, it will immediately become your responsibility to get out insurance for the vehicle. Please note as you won't own the vehicle then you will have to get out a fully comprehensive insurance deal.
Is maintenance included?
Maintenance is an optional add-on however throughout all of the deals we provide the following care after the deal servicing, tyres, brakes, exhaust, battery, and labor.
Will the contract include Road Tax?
Yes. We will cover either for the entire duration of the contract or just the first 12 months depending on the deal we on offer.
Who Supplies the vehicles?
All of our cars are either supplied directly from the manufacturer or one of our trusted partners from around the UK. We can assure you that all cars come brand new so you don't have to worry.
Do you charge a fee for delivery and collection?
No, most of the time. Delivery around the UK and mainland is normally free however sometimes there may be an additional charge depending on your location
Do your vehicles come with a warranty?
Yes! All of the vehicles we broker come with a full manufactures warranty.
Are there VAT advantages for a business leasing?
Absolutely yes. VAT registered businesses can claim back up to 50% of the VAT charged on the finance and 100% of the VAT charged on car maintenance. Vans & commercial vehicles used just for business can claim 100% of the VAT on both finance and maintenance.
I've opted out of my company car scheme, can you help?
Absolutely. We’ll offer advice and help you find a great car that fits perfectly within your budget.
Where can I get my car serviced?
We highly recommend that you use reputable service centers that use genuine manufacturer parts or you may receive an additional charge.
What is considered fair wear and tear?
Fair wear and tear occur when normal usage causes deterioration to a vehicle interior and exterior. It is not to be confused with damage which occurs as a result of a specific event or series of events such as impact, inappropriate stowing of items, harsh-treatment, negligent acts or omissions. For more information on what is considered fair wear and tear please visit, the BVRLA fair wear and tear guide.
What happens at the end of the term?
3 months before your term ends we’ll make sure to contact you discuss your options on what you can do going forward. The finance company will also send a letter confirming car collection dates.