LeasePlan and COVID-19

What we're doing to help you

Keeping people safe, and your organisation mobile.

In response to the pandemic, we are working to ensure that we can provide services to keep you safely on the road - and support limiting the spread of the virus.

As soon as there are new measures or updates regarding our services, you will find them here.

LeasePlan: Updates on our response to COVID-19

At LeasePlan, we're doing everything we can to help you.

last updated 11/04/2022

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    Help everyone stay safe: If you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been told to isolate, please cancel any appointments you have booked with us and don’t arrange any new ones.

The rules around the UK

Here's a quick reminder of rules around the UK

Repair, maintenance and tyre

If you have a maintained contract you must use our Service Booking line – 0344 371 8033 – to book work. This helps to control the service slots, so we can prioritise key workers and those most in need, while making sure your job is handled promptly. Booking in directly with the garage will hamper our efforts to allocate the slots fairly, so we may reallocate bookings if they are not made through our Service Booking line.

For your safety and the safety of others, please keep your vehicle in a roadworthy condition – you can read the Government’s guidance here about how to check your vehicle is safe to drive.

Some garages are restricting 'while you wait' servicing.

Customer services

You can still call or email us (our contact details are below). We're doing as much as we can to support our customers, especially front-line teams and their vehicles, so we would also like to ask for your patience and understanding if it takes longer to respond to your query.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Arrow downWhat does the span of CO2 mean?

The span starts at the base model (with no extras) and goes all the way up to the ‘fully loaded’ version with every optional extra. It gives the range from the lowest to highest possible CO2 for your vehicle.

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Arrow downWhich options will change the CO2 output?

While the impact of individual options will vary significantly, and some may have no effect at all, we suggest avoiding heavy optional extras and those that will affect aerodynamic performance, as these will increase the amount of CO2 your vehicle produces. Examples include a panoramic sunroof or larger wheels.

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Arrow downHow will this impact me?

While we can’t give you the Benefit in Kind tax or Vehicle Excise Duty you will pay, you can use the span of CO2 values we give you to check on the HMRC website and see what the best-case and worst-case scenarios are likely to be. Remember, the closer you are to the base model weight (the lowest CO2 value), the nearer you will be to the lowest-cost option in your span.

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Arrow downWhen will I have a confirmed Benefit In Kind tax?

If you go for a base model, the Benefit in Kind tax rate will be the lowest number in your CO2 span, so you can look this up on the HMRC website

If you add extras to your vehicle, the Benefit in Kind tax will not be confirmed until the vehicle has been built and tested under the new rules.

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Arrow downIs my rental going to change?

Not necessarily; your rental will only change if the CO2 impact of the extras you choose is significant enough to move it up to a higher Vehicle Excise Duty band.

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Arrow downWhy does my quote look different?

WLTP rules mean that the CO2 for your new vehicle will be measured on the specific extras you choose. As we don’t have the CO2 values for every vehicle option, we now have to give a range of possible CO2 values.

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Arrow downHow can I make the right decision?

Before you place your order, please look at how the span of CO2 values might affect your total monthly figure – taking into account the potential consequences for both Benefit in Kind tax and Vehicle Excise Duty.

If you’re not sure about the impact, it could be a good idea to opt for the base model or, at least, avoid any heavy optional extras to reduce the potential CO2.

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