How AVC can find the flexible funding for your business motoring

By |2018-08-29T11:51:58+01:00August 22nd, 2018|Business Car Finance | Business Car Leasing Explained, Contract Hire, Contract hire and leasing, Personal contract purchase|

Need to customise your leasing offer? Want a personal lease or personal contract purchase without any hassle? Would you like to be able to customise your quotes online? Did you know that flexible funding methods including no deposit leasing are available (subject to status)? BUSINESS circumstances change just as personal ones do, so finding the right car finance that suits [...]

What exactly is a PCP (Personal Contract Purchase)?

By |2017-11-20T12:35:51+00:00July 7th, 2017|Business Car Finance | Business Car Leasing Explained, Personal contract purchase|

PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) in brief Variation of a Hire Purchase agreement Regular monthly payments towards the purchase of a new vehicle are a benefit As are lower monthly payments and greater flexibility Protection from falls in car values THAT tetchy subject of car finance has been back in the spotlight recently. You’ve probably seen it in the media, spelling [...]

Personal contract purchase helps turn Mercedes into a capital asset for Michele Berti

By |2017-11-20T12:35:05+00:00January 18th, 2017|Business Car Finance | Business Car Leasing Explained, Personal contract purchase|

PERSONAL contract purchase was the answer for cabbie Michele Berti, who was looking to finance a new vehicle for his business. Often simply referred to as PCP, it allows you to pay low monthly rentals initially with a range of final options that include paying a final balloon to paying the vehicle. It’s particularly useful for self-employed non-VAT registered small [...]

How does a PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) work?

By |2017-11-20T12:08:45+00:00March 31st, 2016|Business Car Finance | Business Car Leasing Explained, Personal contract purchase|

WE have Ford Motor Company to thank for inventing the Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) plan. Back in 1992 Ford came up with its innovative 'Options'. Ford's Options scheme gave customers the opportunity of driving a new car every two or three years. Since then around 700,000 car buyers have chosen Ford Options – and the scheme has become widely copied. [...]

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