Flexible mobility is the order of the day, so it’s no surprise that one service being bandied about is car subscription. Hardly imaginable just a few years ago, short-term rental of company cars is now an ideal way to augment a fleet to ensure corporate mobility. How do car subscriptions work and what do fleet managers need to bear in mind? We decided to take a closer look and explain how vehicle subscription can be a senseful adjunct to a fleet.
Not every company can afford to outfit its fleet entirely with purchased vehicles. So, many choose to lease. When the lease expires, the lessee can keep the cars by paying their residual values or give them back to the leasing company. We are going to explain the advantages of leasing and why lease returns may be an economical alternative.
A car from the company offers many advantages, but there are some statutory regulations every employee should know before deciding on a company car. In this blogpost we will explain what you need to be aware of when providing a company car and why the non-cash benefit plays such a decisive role.
Whether it be leasing, purchasing, corporate carsharing or rental – choosing the financing model can have a major impact on a company’s spreadsheets as well as its liquidity. In this post we will lay out the four different financing options to help you make your decision.