Are you looking to contract hire a vehicle for personal or business use? Choose Pulman Fleet.
Contract Hire agreements are available for both personal and business customers. They are ideal for customers who simply want to pay a monthly rental for a vehicle, change it on a regular fixed period and have no disposal risk.
Contract Hire is a straightforward leasing agreement, which can help a range of people get into a new vehicle. It may be the best option for you if:
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How does Contract Hire work?
Step one is to choose your vehicle.
Step Two is to decide on your initial rental.
Step Three is to choose how many miles you will drive each year.
Step Four is to choose how long you would like to lease the vehicle for.
These will be used to calculate your monthly payments.
You can also choose to include a level of servicing and maintenance into your monthly payments, keeping your vehicle in good condition.
Once you have paid all outstanding rentals, you simply hand your vehicle back, subject to fair wear and tear and excess mileage charges.
Contract Hire FAQs
No. You only pay for what you get and nothing more.
This will depend on stock availability and factory timings. Once you have selected your car, we will be able to inform you of a delivery date.
We will always offer you the best possible price from Pulman Fleet, however please contact us to discuss prices further.
As part of a Contract Hire agreement you can include different levels of servicing, giving you one monthly payment for a vehicle and upkeep.
No you do not own the car. As Contract Hire is a leasing agreement, you have no risk of the vehicle falling in value. You simply pay your monthly rentals and hand the vehicle back subject to fair, wear and tear and excess mileage.
You simply hand the vehicle back at the end of each agreement term, this means you are able to keep upgrading your vehicle for the newest model.
If you would like your company to have new vehicles without having them on your balance sheet, Business Contract Hire could be a good option. If you are leasing as a business customer, you may be able to claim back the tax.