Fleet management that helps you to move forward

Managing a fleet involves many different issues, regardless of whether it contains dozens or thousands of vehicles: keeping your employees safe and happy, achieving your business targets and reducing your costs, reducing your CO2 footprint, and more.

A partner with the right expertise, services and tools is therefore a major advantage. A partner who goes the extra mile for you. A partner who makes it easy to manage your fleet, so you can focus on growing your business.

LeasePlan offers light commercial vehicles and (electric) passenger cars from all manufacturers. We always have the right solution that is tailored to your company's strategy and budget.

 

Why leasing?

Financing and managing your fleet are important company decisions. Operational leasing gives you more time and resources to expand your business.

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Fleet management solutions

We offer you a wide range of products and services for cost optimisation, safety and sustainability, all tailored to your company's needs.

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Financing

There are several ways of financing your fleet: you can buy vehicles, lease vehicles or opt for a solution in between the two. We list the options for you so that you can make the right choice.

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Optimise your fleet from start to finish

Do you know exactly how much your fleet costs? Not many companies do. That's actually very surprising, since the company fleet is a considerable cost to most growing businesses. Any improvement in the financing and management of company vehicles can have a huge impact on the operating results.

Here are a few factors you absolutely need to take into account in order to optimise your fleet.

  1. Depreciation

    A good car that does about 16,000 kilometres per year is estimated to have lost 60% of its value in its first three years. If you buy a €30,000 car now, it will be worth €18,000 less in just three years' time.

  2. Fuel

    Fuel takes a big chunk out of your fleet's budget. That's why it is definitely worth asking whether your employees are driving the most economical cars. And how they are paying for the fuel.

  3. VAT

    Most fleets can recover up to 50% of VAT on leased cars. If the company buys the cars, that's likely not an option.

  4. Kilometres

    If you buy a company car, the distances travelled by the car can have a major impact on the (fuel) costs and residual value.

  5. Maintenance and repair

    Fleet management inevitably includes maintenance and repairs. The larger your fleet, the more time it will take to coordinate all the appointments and follow up. And what happens if a fault leads to an accident? Who will be liable?

  6. Company tax

    Companies can claim capital compensation for cars that are purchased and used for business purposes. It is worthwhile calculating how this relates to the leasing costs.

  7. Insurance

    You also need to ask yourself some crucial questions about insurance. How are employees driving their own car into work insured? Do they have the right cover? And to what extent are accident-prone drivers increasing your premium?

  8. Benefits for employees

    To make a company car cost neutral, you need to weigh the company's costs and taxes for company cars against the other costs for your employees.

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Fleet management

Do you manage a large fleet of cars and are you looking for professional support? Or do you already have more than 25 LeasePlan cars in your fleet and have one question? Contact us via the form by clicking 'contact us'.