Does it matter if my NHS Trust does not use us?
No, it does not matter. More and more NHS staff come to us direct and everyone saves money.
The Leon you picked is a nice car, sporty looking, sharp, good handling and actually it is a Golf but better equipped. We do an ex demo deal for a 1.2 engine (low tax and insurance bracket) for around £118.98 per month or for £142.78 personal lease.
How much is this other company charging you for a brand new car with all included?
If I'm not mistaken it is around £216 a month?
If you lease an ex demo
car, isn't that a £3,504 saving over 4 year lease? Not including the 4,000 extra miles we give you which is approx. £400 extra saving a year? More
than enough to pay for your insurance?
You are going to say what is the catch? There is no catch, we are far cheaper than anyone else because we have low overheads, run efficient computers systems, lease the best ex demo cars in the UK market and we pass the savings to our customers.
Hi, do you offer the same type
of deals like other company fleet solutions do?
We do not offer the same
deals as other company fleet solutions schemes. Their cars are all new and come with insurance, maintenance
and tyres all inclusive in the price. However do check just in case they offer something
Are your cars new?
The advertised deals are
either new cars, ex demo cars or second hand cars and do not include insurance
or maintenance in the basic price. That is why the prices are far cheaper.
Do you offer insurance?
There is an option to pay
a little bit more to have GAP insurance which covers you for fire, theft and if
the vehicle is written off from an accident. You will have to find your own
insurance. Maybe use an insurance comparison website.
Do you offer maintenance?
All vehicles leased come
with the manufacturer's warranty and some come with AA or RAC breakdown cover. The dealers that work closely with us either
offer a maintenance package or they would recommend that you arrange your own
Hi, Please contact me regarding the NHS salary sacrifice scheme. Many thanks
We do not offer NHS salary sacrifice schemes. Actually we encourage our customers to pay privately for their own car lease. This has it's own benefits. Out of hundreds of NHS staff that have leased cars you are probably the only person that recently has asked for the NHS salary sacrifice scheme.
Sorry I'm not in a position to tell you which is best for you.
If you can email me and let me know that would be great.
Thanks for getting back to me.I'm a paramedic working for the North West Ambulance Service. We have been told that as of April, we have now been incorporated into the NHS car leasing scheme. We were told about a salary sacrifice scheme but I would consider a personal lease agreement from your fleet solutions too.I'm interested in leasing a Range Rover Evoque Si4 Dynamic over 4 years with full maintenance. Could you give me some idea of eligibility and cost please including deposit price. I was also interested in paying for a few options so I'd need to know if this is possible or would it need to be a standard model without additional extras.I look forward to your reply.
The only new Evoque available at the moment is a top of the range model like this one below.Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Diesel Hatchback 2.2 SD4 Prestige 5dr Auto with Lux Pack. If this is out of your price range then maybe you would like something similar or maybe an ex demo vehicle where the prices are far cheaper.
I do have my heart set on driving a prestige vehicle like this. If it was to cost me less, yes I would like you to quote me so I can compare prices.
Hi I am working in NHS as fixed term contract employee. am
I eligible for this scheme, my manager assures me that the contract will be renewed yearly.
With us it doesn't matter
what job you do for the NHS as long as you have a job and live and worked in the UK for at least 3 years. What cars did you have in mind and how much would you like to spend up to per month?
I am a midwife working for barnet and chasefarm hospital nhs trust. I am about return my lease car ( which was subsidised by the nhs)to leaseplan.I am looking at leasing a car privately from you for a period of 2-3 years. My budget would be £150- £200 per month. Can you please help me to choose the best option available to me.
The best option would be personal contract hire and personal hire purchase where you return the vehicle at the end of the lease. Although the contact will be for 4 years so to get the best price, with us you can swap the car every 2 years or just return it and walk away with no penalties. I will send you a quote for a Fiesta but you don't have to have the Fiesta. Once you get your first quote, you can discuss with the advisor other good cars and deals within your budget.
Will look at lease deals with or without maintenance, think someone needs to contact me to further advise as I have a few questions
What did you want to telephone and ask? You can email me first and then I can put you in touch with the right department.
We are looking at leasing with or without maintenance my future wife is a paramedic for the NHS London ambulance service I am self employed The cars would be leased over 2 yrs Are we able to travel abroad with lease cars?As insurance companies only pay book value in event of accident is there another policy that covers the total cost of car Car 1 would need to be vauxhall insignia size Car 2 can be vauxhall Astra sized Both must be diesel and hopefully Bluetooth
Yes you can travel abroad with these vehicle as long as your insurance covers you for this.
To cover the short fall of the insurance, you can take GAP insurance (it costs £4 to £8 a month depending on the value of the car) which will cover you if the car is stolen, destroyed by a fire or is a total write off from a serious accident.
Should I start your first quote with an Insignia and mention the second car, then you can discuss the details with the advisor?
Hello, I am a nurse working for a private clinic wanting to lease a car but I am unsure yet depends on quote price and if the car has insurance included? Quote needed long term lease please?
There are deals that include insurance but there's always a catch to it and the all inclusive with insurance costs far more than if you leased the car on its own and got your own insurance from a comparison website. It is far cheaper to arrange it yourself guaranteed.
Can you give me some ideas of cars that you like? Fiesta? Mini, Corsa, Insignia, Astra, Clio or something else? How much would you like to spend per month on the car lease? £120, £150, £200 or more?
Yes you are right, I'm checked and your car deals are far cheaper. I'd like you to quote me on an Astra a 5door no more than £200 a month please, I will be using it for work to commute cheers
I have emailed you a couple of quotes for you to compare.
Hi, I am a Call Handler for the South Central Ambulance Service and would like to lease a car but I'm not sure which one to pick. Can you help me please?
Have you any specific cars in mind that you like?
The car I particularly like is the Alfa Mito but think this may be more expensive.
I do not require a big engine as I no longer drive long distances
Although I have said my mileage is 10000 it is probably nearer 7500
The Mito is a nice car but it doesn't work out very well on a car lease deal. How about one of these that are within your price range?
Fiesta, Clio, Astra, Corsa, Focus or the Leon?
The Leon is the one which is interesting me most - To be fair all are worth considering but it would be a price issue
Hi, I sent you a quote for the Leon, please check your email then expect a telephone call or you can make the first move to get the ball rolling.
Hi good morning , I'm wanting to know a few questions I've just come back from
travelling and I start work I'm the Nhs in August . My job is all confirmed I want to know how long do I need to be working before I can get a car on the salary maxing. Also the other question is does it at all tie me into working with the Nhs for a certain time period . And also In the mean time I may need a car can I hire one temporary until I start work with the Nhs
You will need to have a 3 years past history of work and living in the UK for 3 years to be able to lease a car. The offers we do not tie you into the NHS. We do not deal with the NHS, but direct with NHS staff. Your salary will not be effected as the payments will come out of your bank account. I hope this info helps?
Yes thank you, no need for a call then as I have been living in the
UK for 3 years but I've not been working as I've been
travelling. My credit is good however no debt.
if you do have good credit history then we do have an affiliate partner that can quote you. What car or cars would you like a quote for?
I have a budget for 200 pounds. But do you not do the Nhs salary maxing or is that a different company
As I said, we do not get the NHS involved and the deals we offer do not effect your salary like the salary maxing car schemes do. If I was you, I'd investigate what the implications will be because as I understand it, your pension, tax, etc will be effected. OK you get worry free motoring, as the insurance and maintenance is included, but at what price? It is up to you to decide which route you are going to take. With your £200 budget, I can see you getting a Ford Fiesta or Corsa for less than £150 a month and 0% deposit and the rest of the money can cover your insurance and servicing?
Yes that sounds great can you just give me a call please
Can you give me more information about this salary maxing car leasing schemes?
If you are a new to the NHS, you will need your details of the Trust's Code and your employee number in order to be able to start the process with the maxing schemes. You can obtain the Trust's code from the intranet by typing insite / salary maxing into the browser on a Trust computer and select the 'Salary Maxing' Car Scheme.
I'm trying to get my head around this. How does this work?
The UHL's Salary Maxing Car Schemes enables NHS employees to take a car in exchange for giving up part of their gross basic annual salary.
Can you please provide a bit more info on this?
This pretty much means that if you join, you will then pay a reduced amount of tax, National Insurance and pension contributions if applicable because these will be calculated based on your salary after the reduction to your salary has been made in exchange for having a car.
So, what do I get with this maxing scheme?
The scheme provides a brand new, insured and serviced vehicle for three years of worry free motoring, including all servicing and maintenance, fully comprehensive motor insurance, annual road fund licence, full breakdown cover and replacement tyres. Obviously all this at a price because all the extras are calculated and added to the fixed price which in turn is deducted from your salary.
How much will all this cost?
the vehicle you have, but in all cases it will cost more than the guide prices
that are featured and it is up to you to decide which route you are going to
take. Personally, I think it is far cheaper to lease your own car, insure and
service it. However, you have the choice to either have a brand new car from the
Maxing Salary Scheme or a nearly new car from on I want to lease for as long as possible as it is for work purposes.
In all cases please check what you get and what the final payments and costs will be with our providers of these featured deals.
Hi, I work for the NHS as a dietition and would like a quote for 24 months with options of returning or keeping the car quotes for standard/cheapest mini and mini convertible expected miles 10k/year Do you do deals with insurance? What happens if I was to leave the NHS
within the two years? Please return all queries via email. Thank you
What makes us different from leasing a car via the NHS Car Leasing Scheme is that we offer the same prices and good service to you and our customers even if you leave the NHS in the future. At those low prices we do not offer insurance because we know you will find insurance much cheaper via an insurance comparison website. I highly recommend you find your own insurance once we tell you the registration of the car that you might like to lease. Although we will ask you to lease for 4 years so you get the lowest possible price, you can return or swap the car after 2 years into the lease. This way you save money and change a car sooner if you like driving something different.If you have any other questions, do feel free to contact me at any time.
Hi, Can you tell me about NHS Car leasing schemes and best cars that you have on offer?
Basically if you want one of these special deals that we have on offer, you are best to lease one of the ex demo cars where you can save thousands of pounds over the lease period.
You would need to be living and working in the UK for at least 3 years. If the lease is in your name then a couple of bills in your name will be required, like a bank statement and a bill like electricity or phone, etc. You must be on the electoral and able to vote. You don't have to be working for the NHS for ever. In the future if you were to change career you can still continue to have one of these special deals.
Would one of these cars be of interest? Fiesta, Focus, Astra, Insignia, BMW, Juke, plus several more.
Thanks for reply.
Do you deal with my pay role department so that it comes out of my wages. Yes I have worked with the NHs for 13 years. I would be looking at car for end of September. I drive an automatic as well
No we do not get involved with your pay role department. The lease would be paid via a direct debit.
If you need anything else answered I'm here to help.
If you want a firm quote, you need to email me and let me know and I will get you the info you need.
How long does it take to do checks. Thanks
If you mean credit checks, we don't do that. We only offer the vehicles and when it comes to a credit check the funder will do that. However, even if your history is poor there is still a solution but may cost little bit more in the monthly payments. If your credit is really good, you get the best price.
Was that info what you were after?
Anything else you would like to know, please ask?
Can you please send me some quotes on your best cars that are automatic as I can only drive automatic. thank you.
I have sent you an email with the best cars to lease that are automatic.
How are you able to offer such low prices to NHS Staff?
A big part of our own making and expertise is via the employee benefits route both direct to market and with our partner company "Move Benefits" and/or
with key partners such as Time4leasing, Hire-in-UK and Cars2lease.
We are able to offer cheaper deals from our extensive fleet of brand new cars to all doctors, nurses, employee and affinity sectors and financed by our partner Automotive funders.
Like we offer to all our customers, the benefits range from the NHS preferential terms such as No Broker Fee deals and enhanced exclusive deals for the NHS Staff.
If you would like more information about NHS Car Schemes fill in a form and we will give you a call and have a chat about your specific needs.
What if I have bad credit history? Do you still help?
With regard to the adverse credit funders, we tend to offer
solutions to our customers that have been declined by the mainstream funders the option to lease a vehicle but at a higher cost with these funders.Car Leasing Deals for Doctors, Consultants, Registrars, Surgeons,
GP's, Dentists, Nurses, Ambulance Drivers, Porters, Administrators,
Secretaries and other Medical Professionals.