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If you are looking to lease a van without needing a lump sum or VAT payments upfront, then no deposit van leasing is the ideal way to do it, and Zero Deposit Car Leasing offers the most competitive van lease deals.

Leasing a commercial vehicle is great for planning your payments as you won’t suffer any surprising fluctuations in your monthly payments. This allows you to focus on growing your business.

Zero Deposit Car Leasing has an in-house team of dedicated specialists who will work with you to ensure you get the most suitable leasing deal with no deposit required. All you need to do is tell us your monthly budget, your preferred leasing agreement length and the van you need, and we can find an agreement to match your criteria.

Use our advanced search facility to browse our wide-ranging selection of vans available to lease with no initial payment. If you cannot find what you’re looking for, contact us either by chat, through our enquiry form or by calling us, and we’ll help you find the perfect van.

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What is no deposit van leasing?

No deposit leasing is a way to lease a van without having to pay a deposit, so you don’t need to save up large amounts of cash prior to your arrangement.

Pay a monthly fee and use the van for the duration of your contract. Depending on your agreement, you’ll be able to pay a balloon payment at the end of your contract and own it, or hand it back and get another one.

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Pick a van and submit an enquiry
  2. Tell us your lease requirements and we’ll arrange your contract
  3. Go through your final credit checks
  4. Arrange to pick the van up or have it delivered
  5. Drive your lease van and return it at the end of your contract

What van leasing options are available?

There are two types of leasing when it comes to vans, business and personal. Business leasing is where you lease the van through a company, and personal leasing is where you lease it through yourself.

There isn’t much difference, but business leases come with tax benefits, which means it is often cheaper than personal leasing. With either, you can choose whether to hand the van back or buy it at the end of your agreement.

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Van Leasing FAQs

Yes, you can lease a van with bad credit, we work with specialist bad credit lenders who'll help you get a great deal, so your business can flourish.

Yes, you can claim the cost of van rental as an expense when filing your tax return. Your rental payments can be a tax-deductible expense.

Our lease vans don't come with insurance, so you'll have to get an insurance deal before you drive your van.

As with any finance agreement, good credit helps. Poor credit doesn't mean you can't lease a van, but your monthly payments will be more.

Pick the van you want and submit an enquiry, or apply for your finance now and get preapproved (won't affect your credit score).

If you choose either personal or business contract purchase option, you'll be able to choose whether you buy the van or give it back at the end of your contract.

Yes, you can sign write a lease van, but you'll need to remove it when you return the van.

It depends on various factors, such as your credit rating and the price of the van. Your lease agreement will also contribute because you can claim 50% VAT back on personal contract purchase agreements.

If you plan on keeping the van, you should consider buying. However, if you want to switch the van then leasing is a great option. Business van leasing is popular because business owners don't have to worry about losing a valuable business asset if the van breaks.

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