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If you’ve got a car or van on HP finance, you’ll want to keep it in the best possible condition when taking to the road.
A company car is a nice perk to have for any employee, especially if you’re allowed to use it for personal trips.
If your credit file is less than spotless, you might be left wondering if you’ll be able to lease a car or van for business use.
At Leasewell, we know that our commercial clients require high quality vehicles. It isn’t enough to settle for a standard van, as a commercial business you’ll have a wide range of considerations to make and will likely need a choice of different specifications to suit different teams, locations and business units.
There are no two ways about it; buying a brand new vehicle is costly. Let’s face it, there’s nothing cheap about investing in a new car or van. This is why so many people choose to finance vehicles, as a way to spread the cost and pay in a more cost effective way.
Now that the colder months are right around the corner, it’s time to think about the things that should be in your vehicle this winter.
Though the UK may be relatively small in stature area compared to many other countries, that’s not to say that it’s lacking in any way when it comes to great places to drive.
Though commercial vans are versatile and can be used for a wide range of industries, you may find that yours needs one or two additional accessories to ensure that it ticks every box. Van accessories are a fantastic way to make sure that your van is able to do everything that you need it to, keeping your fleet productive or your small business operating an optimal levels.
It can be difficult to know when a car or van needs servicing, especially if you are not someone who has had a great deal of experience maintaining a vehicle. However, there are some key signs to look out for. Ignoring the signs that your vehicle requires servicing can lead to bigger problems and costly repairs further down the line. Plus, you run the risk that the vehicle is unsafe to drive.
If you are looking for a new vehicle, you may want to consider the Ford Ranger. The Ford Ranger is one of our most popular vehicles here at Leasewell, which is why we offer it on a finance lease basis.
We have a wide range of frequently changing contract hire offers. We update these offers often because we want to make sure that there’s something for everyone, regardless of the trade that you work in or the size of the fleet you need. However, this vast choice can make it difficult to know which vehicle is best for you.
Though the UK may be relatively small in stature area compared to many other countries, that’s not to say that it’s lacking in any way when it comes to great places to drive. There are a number of fantastic UK road trips to choose from, some of which are slow and scenic routes, whereas others are better suited to those who prefer a driving challenge. With so many UK drives available, it can be difficult to find the best one for you. To help, we have listed three UK drives that are well worth checking out.
Even if you’re the most patient person in the world, driving can be very stressful and frustrating. There’s nothing worse than getting caught up in a long line of traffic or almost getting in an accident, especially if it’s because of a reckless driver. However, it’s important to remember that getting aggressive won’t make things better. If you often find yourself getting frustrated, these tips will help you keep your cool at the wheel.
Whether you commute to work every day or you do the school run every morning, it’s important to make sure your car is taken care of and kept up to scratch. If you find a problem with your vehicle or it needs to be serviced, you may be unsure of the best place to go. It can be hard finding the best garage when there are so many options but these tips will help you choose.
Car insurance is necessary for everyone on the road but unfortunately, it can sometimes be quite expensive. Billions of pounds are spent every year in the UK on car insurance which is why there are so many providers now on the market. New drivers, in particular, often have to pay out large sums every year but there are certain things you can do to reduce the amount. Here are our top tips for reducing your insurance.
Whether you run an international logistics company or a local taxi service, it’s vital that you choose the right vehicles to get the job done and maximise efficiency. With so much competition and so many new cars and vans to choose from, it can be difficult choosing the right ones for you. Luckily, we’ve put together this helpful guide that will highlight some of the important factors to consider before making your decision.
Sometimes accidents can happen on the road and all it takes is a loose stone to chip your windscreen and ruin your day. Thousands of drivers around the country chip their windscreen every year so there’s no need to worry if you find yourself in the same situation. We’ve put together a handy guide that will help prepare you for a chipped windscreen.
It’s hard to be a perfect driver all the time and everyone is guilty of falling into bad habits from time to time. Whether you’re a new driver and you haven’t learned the ways of the road yet or you’ve been driving for years and have started to slack off, these examples will show you some of the most common bad driving habits to avoid.
There’s nothing better than driving down the open road with your favourite songs playing through your speakers. Whether you’re a fan of rock and roll or you prefer soft summer hits, we’ve put together a guide that will help you get the most out of your musical driving experience. Here are some things to consider when setting up your car’s audio system.
Buying a new car is an incredibly exciting experience, especially if it is your first one. However, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure that you are getting the best deal for your money and that the car you are getting is reliable and meets your needs. Choosing the right dealer to buy from is vital but with so many choices it can be difficult. Here is a handy guide to help you decide.
Nothing beats driving down the road and turning heads as you fly by but you don’t want to be grabbing people’s attention for the wrong reasons. It’s nice having a car that stands out and has a personal touch which is why so many car enthusiasts often add after-market modifications. We’ve put together a few clichés to avoid so you don’t overdo it.
These days, there are more extra features and gadgets than ever being released with all of the latest cars. However, many of these are quite expensive or are unavailable with certain brands or models. To help make your driving experience more enjoyable and improve the condition of your car, we’ve put together a list of useful hacks that are cheap and easy to do.
There’s nothing worse than getting halfway to your destination and having to cut it short because your car has broken down or you’ve been involved in an accident. This is always worse if you’re driving through an area that you’re not familiar with. If you’ve never been this type of situation before, it can be worrying when your car breaks down but here are some top tips to help you stay calm.
If you own or operate a fleet of vehicles- whether they’re cars, vans or lorries- it’s vital to the success of your business that you are maintaining and managing them effectively. It can be hard trying to stay on top of multiple vehicles while managing drivers but these top tips will ensure that you keep costs to a minimum and keep a high standard of safety and efficiency.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade or upscale, there comes a time when every driver needs to replace their car. Millions of people buy and sell cars every year and the private car sales market is growing rapidly. If you’re planning on getting a new ride soon and you want to find a new home for your old one, while making a bit of extra money, here are some things to keep in mind.
Have you started noticing things that your car is doing differently or that it isn’t performing quite as well? These could be signs that you are ready for an upgrade or replacement. It’s always hard saying goodbye to a car that has treated you well for so many years but there comes a time when it’s necessary to trade it in. If you’re not sure about whether or not it’s time for a new car, here are some signs to look out for.
For many of us, driving is a form of therapy and is a great way to relax either on your own or with the family at the weekend.
Luckily, the UK is full of gorgeous scenic spots where you can marvel at stunning views while you relax and control the wheel. Be sure to pull over for a break where you can stretch your legs and refuel with a bite to eat.
Check out our blog post for tips on the best places in the UK for a scenic drive.
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