Do you buy or lease? You need to review your options carefully: is leasing better than buying before making your final decision.Leasing instead of buying has many advantages over traditional hire...
FOR SMEs, a company car scheme is a necessity, where a means of transport is vital for the employees to do their job.A company car scheme is run for varying reasons, but...
Crossovers and SUVs are the biggest sellers on the market these days and they come in all shapes and sizes.
We pick five of our favourite SUVs
If your business is largely around town, then a supermini makes a lot of sense. Easy to get around the narrow streets, can fit into small parking spaces but, more important, it’s going to be more efficient.
In a world increasingly dominated by SUVs, there is still a lot of love out there for a traditional saloon in the executive car market.
Running an EV still requires a certain amount of forward planning. If you are an SME thinking about investing in an EV fleet best make sure you have the right charging infrastructure in the workplace.
It may be the vehicle has seen better days or there is a need to replace with a cleaner, more fuel-efficient and cost-effective model.Whatever the reason, there are implications, just like the sale of any other business assets.
Many SMEs are often unsure whether it’ll be more tax efficient to lease the car personally, or through their limited company. Choosing the wrong option could prove costly in terms of someone paying more tax than they need.
A company car scheme is run for varying reasons, but mostly because there are a number of employees who need to use a vehicle to carry out their business.
Nearly all company cars are leased and from the chairman to the travelling salesman the list of new cars available may incorporate restrictions on CO2 or safety ratings to help keep those leasing costs down.
You might not want to make long term commitments to new vehicles due to the potential impact of political decisions such as higher VED charges and increases to benefit in kind (BIK) taxes.
The main reason for using a PHEV is to reduce the amount of fuel you use and to be able to drive without emitting any pollution for short distances.
DEALING with vehicle management used to be complicated, mountains of paperwork, unexpected charges, time-consuming admin, and countless legal responsibilities.Any business that has a fleet of vehicles needs to ensure the vehicles...