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HR Guide to Travel
By Admin, 26 Oct 2017Your rights when it comes to driving within work hours can be complicated, so here are some of the key questions answered.
Do you consider yourself to be a courteous driver
By LeaseCar, 05 Jun 2017Do you consider yourself to be a courteous driver
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5 things you can do when you're leasing that you can't when buying
By LeaseCar, 05 Oct 2016More and more of us are moving away from purchasing and are instead opting to lease a car, simply because it gives us the freedom to enjoy the latest and most innovative vehicles on the market. So, when it comes to leasing a vehicle, what things can you enjoy that you don’t need to worry about when purchasing one outright? Here are a few to consider:
The 5 things you should consider when choosing your car manufacturer
By LeaseCar, 05 Oct 2016The car manufacturer you choose for your next lease vehicle is one of the most important decisions to make. The manufacturer you choose affects the cost of maintenance, the repair work potentially required and the overall look and feel of the car itself, of course.
What makes us angry on the roads
By LeaseCar, 23 Aug 2016In the UK, road rage isn't uncommon. Other cars cut us up on roundabouts or drive dangerously on motorways and farm machinery dominates the country lanes (usually early in the morning when you’re already running a little late for work.) But here at LeaseCar, we were interested in just what exactly makes road users so angry and decided to conduct a poll on the matter - featuring 1,200 drivers from all over the country.
Debunking car lease myths: Listen to the experts
By LeaseCar, 09 Aug 2016We all love a good story, but sometimes they can transform into myths, subsequently spread and are then considered fact. When it comes to car leasing, there are numerous myths around the process, the fees involved and what you must do when you hand the car back. Some of them are just plain untrue.
The 10 mistakes leasers make that cost them money
By LeaseCar, 09 Aug 2016As your leasing contract comes to a close, it's a good idea to carefully inspect your vehicle for evidence of wear and tear, as repairs that aren't covered by the fair wear and tear policy can be corrected by you for often a lower cost than if the funder were to repair them post handover.
The 10 most important questions to ask before you sign on the dotted line
By LeaseCar, 30 Jul 2016So, you've decided to lease a car and you've picked the right model for your needs. All that remains is to sort out the paperwork before you head onto the road. Yet while you might be in a rush to get your signature on the dotted line so you can get your mitts on your motor, it's important to temper your enthusiasm just a little bit so that you can pause and ask some key questions. These questions will make sure you are clear about your lease and will enjoy a trouble free agreement.
4 Reasons you should consider a Compact Car
By Timothy Alcock, 18 Dec 2014Britain's roads are home to a multitude of different car types. From the mighty SUV through to the nimble supermini, the range of vehicles available on the British Isles is one of the finest in the world. With car sales increasing and 2013 sales being at nearly 2.3 m, there's no sign of this motoring diversity changing.
How to make the most of the boot space in your sports carThat four wheeled, sporty little number has always been a dream as you imagine yourself zipping down the motorway in the fast lane, roof down and the wind in your hair, blaring out music your kids would probably complain about. But there’s one problem your partner no doubt brings up often enough for you to doubt leasing such a small car – where exactly is the shopping going to go?
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