A Guide to Business Contract Hire from Clear Car Leasing

 

If you’re business is considering financing a vehicle, Business Contract Hire might be just the right option for you.

Leasing a car for business purposes will not only benefit you but your business also and has become a popular way of gaining access to a brand new vehicle without having to deal with the hassles associated with owning one outright – no maintenance worries or having to remember to tax your car, meaning huge savings for you and your business and hassle-free motoring.

A Business Contract Hire agreement is one of the best options available, especially if you’re business is expanding and once your contract has expired, you can start all over again with a new leasing agreement and a brand new model from our wide choice of car manufacturers.

A business leasing agreement generally runs from anywhere between 24 months to 60 months and once the time period is over, the car is simply collected by us.

Our Business Contract Hire agreements are very flexible, allowing you the customer to agree on the best time period and mileage to suit your specific needs.

Our business agreements are calculated based on a fixed monthly rental cost which runs over a period of time that both parties have agreed too, with your annual mileage figure included in the agreement.

It’s important to ensure your mileage figure is calculated correctly – doing more miles in your lease car than expected could cost you a small fixed charge per mile, whilst overestimating the mileage could mean you’ll be paying a higher monthly fee than what’s necessary.

Business Contract Hire is suitable for all types of businesses, large or small and could save you money in the long run. Paying a fixed lease amount each month tends to work out cheaper than paying for a new car outright – maintenance, servicing and road tax are included in the fixed monthly costs.

What this means, is that a Business Contract Hire agreement takes the hassle and worries out of owning a new car – our business leasing service is easy, flexible and money saving.

Once you take out a Business Contract Hire agreement, both parties agree on a predicted level of depreciation based on the vehicle for lease – your contract will not be compromised by any depreciation that may occur.

Another benefit to leasing a car for business purposes, is that you don’t have to deal with selling it on once your contract comes to an end – you simply bring it back to us and on the same day, you can take out a new agreement on a brand new car of your choice.

A lot of businesses don’t know that if you lease a car for commercial use, you can claim 100% of the VAT back – yet another good reason why it’s better for your business to lease a car rather than own one.

With a wide range of cars to choose from, no to mention the benefits of leasing rather than owning for both you and your business, a Business Contract Hire agreement makes perfect sense.

 

For a business quote from Clear Car Leasing, please call us today on 0844 846 4007, or email us: sales@clearcarleasing.co.uk – leasing a car makes perfect business sense!


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