Bridge the gap between a company car and daily rental with mini-leases
For corporate clients who need their vehicles for longer than 28 days – the normal limit for daily rental vehicles – but don’t want to commit to a three or four year lease term, mini-leases are the ideal solution.
Shorter than a conventional company car lease, but less expensive than daily rental, mini-leases can offer contracts of three, six or 12 months, and which provide the perfect answer to a company’s interim mobility needs.
A mini-lease solution bridges the mobility gap between daily rental and longer-term contract hire perfectly, and provides tailored rates for vehicle hires for up to 12 months. It is also super-flexible, as there is no penalty for altering the length of the period regardless of the reason.
With variable mini-leases, managers can now choose the exact period for which they need the car from three to twelve months, but service delivery is exactly the same as with daily rental and there is a substantial pool of brand new vehicles to draw on.
Companies that are expanding or taking on more staff to fulfil new contracts often have short term mobility and vehicle issues, as their new starters frequently require access to company transport but often don’t have confirmed contracts of employment.
Ordering a new company car, which is typically leased for three or four years, for a new starter still on probation is fraught with potential pitfalls. But a mini-lease is ideal for providing a temporary vehicle until the appointment is confirmed.
By using mini-leases, you can avoid getting locked into costly long-term vehicle leasing contracts, which typically come with significant penalties for early termination if you need to hand the vehicle back before the end of the contract .
Mini-leases, on the other hand, can offer the provision of a brand new vehicle for a known period without the need to commit to a long-term contract. What could be simpler?