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Short term leasing

If you already have your fleet with us, there may be the odd occasion when you need the flexibility of a short term lease.

There are all sorts of reasons why you might need this service, for example:

1) New employee probation periods

Do you have a new employee about to start?  Do you need to provide them with a new car or van - But you're uncomfortable committing to a 2 or 3 year lease before their probationary period is over?

2) Temporary worker/s

Perhaps you have seasonal staff.  Or maybe someone from an office overseas is coming over temporarily for a few months?

3) Waiting for a factory ordered vehicle

With manufacturers slowing down production this year, you may find a longer wait for new vehicles.  

If you haven't allowed enough time for this - you could find yourself in a position where you don't have a vehicle for a few months.

What are the benefits of short term leasing?

Quite simply, it gives you flexibility when you need it most.

How does this service work?

This service is currently only available to companies that have their fleets with us.

Whether you are looking for a single days rental or 12 months we can offer a solution to suit your requirements.

View our sample rate guide by clicking below. Please note if the vehicle type is not listed please get in touch and we'll arrange for a bespoke rate.

Vesource sample 2013 rate guide.

Simply give us a call on 01993 894981 and we'll arrange everything for you - it's easy.

01993 894981 info@vesource.co.uk
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