Not all vehicle subscription companies offer commercial vehicles, so we’re here to tell you where you can subscribe to your next van.
Each and every van subscription company has it’s own pro’s and con’s, so use our website to compare the different services that they offer.
At the end of the day, you need that vehicle to fit around you and your business.
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Some of the van subscription businesses advertise their best rates on taking the vehicles for periods of 24 months, a vehicle subscription should really be flexible or you might as well just take out a van lease.
But many of the providers on this website require you to take the vehicles for 28 or 90 days to get the best price. The beauty of this is that you do not need to pay an early termination fee.
When comparing your van quotes, it is really important to make sure that they match quote-for-quote, you need to look out for the following pitfalls:
One of the points touched on above is the payment frequency. Are the rates advertised per month or per 28 days?
The 28-days figure automatically makes the figures look more reasonable, but remember there are 13 lots of 4-weeks per year.
Utilise a calculator and work out the monthly rate by multiplying it by 13 and divide it by 12.
Flexed (part of Autohorn) advertises 28-day rates. Cocoon Vehicles, Mycardirect and Wagonex advertise monthly prices.
Var Subscription Company – Advertises 28 Days Figures
Vehicle 1 is £399 + VAT per 28 days
The equivilent monthly rate is £432.25 + VAT
We get this figure by multiplying the 28 day rate by 13 and dividing it by 12.
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Van Subscriptions are similar to a Van Lease but on a more flexible month-to-month basis. Some of the Van Subscription companies allow you to take the vehicle on a rolling month contract, other may want a longer term contract.
The process is really simple; Go to the van providers website, choose your commercial vehicle, choose your mileage and your minimum commitment and then apply.
You will have to go through the providers verification process, this may include credit checks. They have to do this to make sure who you are.
You can then arrange delivery or collection of your van.
Not all van subscription companies include insurance, but you can easily use our tables to compare the pro’s and con’s of each commercial vehicle provider.
Some companies allow you you to use a fleet policy so long as the vehicle is insured fully comprehensive.
A Van Subscription is one payment that covers all of the motoring essentials. The majority of providers include maintenance on their contracts but it is always best to read the terms and conditions.
How often you can change your van will depend on the vehicle subscription provider. Some may want commitment of 28 days, some 90 days others a little longer.
Always go for a commitment based on your circumstances and not price.
All vehicle subscription providers should provide roadside assistance should your van breakdown.
Courtesy vehicles may not be provided and it may be a good idea to cover yourself, should the inevitable happen.
If you get a puncture on your van during your subscription, this may not be included on your maintenance package.
It is always a good idea to read through your terms and conditions to see what is included.
If you require a replacement tyre, you may need to provide a like-for-like replacement so that you don’t get a surprise bill at the end of the contract.
The mileage included on your van subscription will differ from company-to-company.
When taking out a van subscription always make sure you take the mileage based on your personal or business circumstances to avoid a nasty excess mileage bill at the end of your contract.