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Lease Car Warranty

Car Leasing and Warranty A new car warranty will protect you from mechanical or manufacturing faults.  Even brand new vehicles can have their faults and a manufacturer warranty gives you peace of mind. All new cars and commercials are supplied with a manufacturer warranty which varies in length from 2-7 years. The majority of manufacturers…

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Leasing DPF and AdBlue Vehicles

What is AdBlue and how does it work? AdBlue is a non-toxic liquid consisting of water and urea which is combined with the exhaust gases using SCR technology. The AdBlue formula converts more than 90% of harmful nitrogen oxide (NOx) into Nitrogen and steam.  Therefore less pollution due to lower exhaust emissions which in turn…

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Who Can Lease a Car

Who Can Lease a Car? If you lease a car rather than buy it outright you would find it’s a cost effective way to enjoy the car you want for less. The cost of owning a vehicle is now at the highest its ever been, and it’s only going to get higher. With car prices…

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Car Leasing and Road Tax

When you lease a vehicle the rules regarding road fund licence or road tax or vehicle excised duty will vary. With the most popular forms of new car leasing Contract Hire and Personal Contract Hire road tax is included for the full lease term. With an Operating lease or a Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) tax is…

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Lease Car Insurance

When you arrange the insurance on your leased vehicle the insurer will want to know who is the registered owner and who is the registered keeper of the vehicle. The answer to this question depends on the type of lease you have. When you lease a vehicle, unless it is a lease where you retain…

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WLTP – Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure

On 1st September 2018 two new European measures will come into place WLTP & RDE.  They should ensure that car and commercial co2 figures are much more accurate then the current methods. The new tests, WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure) and RDE (Real Driving Emissions), will complement each other and will replace the…

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Initial Payment & Payment Profiles

 Initial Payment and Payment Profiles is very simple once you get it – but is quite difficult to explain. So for those who need it, here is our simple guide to help you understand.   Initial Payment Firstly and very importantly the initial payment is just that “an initial payment”.  The initial payment is not…

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10 Reasons NOT to Lease a Car

I see so much scaremongering on the interweb about why people shouldn’t lease a car, how it is a waste of money, you are restricted to the contracted mileage, yadda, yadda, yadda… It seems to me that the people that are making this nonsensical argument are the ones who have no idea how it works,…

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Road Tax Changes from April 2018

In the Autumn Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that all new diesel cars from 1 April 2018 will face going up a VED band if they fail to meet the latest Euro 6 standards under real-world testing. New cars will have to meet the real driving emissions (RDE) step 2 test that forms part of…

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