With sustainability being the forefront objective for many companies, and stats showing that the transport industry is the number one single contributor to emissions, more and more businesses are starting to consider the move to a full EV fleet. Dawsongroup finance has insight into the financial benefits as well as advice on how to make it work for you.
Make the Move and Save
There are many reasons why companies are making this move. Whilst some joined the transition as part of the UK’s goal to reach net zero by 2050, others have taken on the task to save money and improve their brand image.
What are the financial benefits of making this move?
Running an EV fleet can lead to financial savings in many different forms. From saving on the cost difference between fuel and energy to the lesser amount of charges when operating in clean air zones such as ULEZ, it offers businesses the chance to save thousands of pounds every year.
With the help of asset finance, businesses have the opportunity to make the transition without taking on the burden of an upfront cost or risking liability. The different asset finance deals and set interest rate deals allows for business owners pay for the fleet over time and have set instalment payments without a large balloon payment.
The Government also run a support initiative where fully electric cars do not have to pay any road tax, which means that businesses also have the chance to save by not paying road tax and save financially each month and make the change more affordable and worthwhile.
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