Nhs fleet solutions.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Can this be right, lots of decent cars on here,  NHS fleet solution .
    If you are in the Public sector you can get the full electric version of the Hyundai iconic for around £160 per month with no upfront cost including servicing, tyres, insurance etc. Works out around £4000 for two year lease. You have to be NHS worker with an access code to enter the full site to generate quotes.</p>

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    Looking at the stock page it appears to me to be leases that someone has given up and there putting them out to tender or re-leasing to finish the lease period off assuming the lease period is the bog standard 3 years.

    They mostly have a lease of 2 years.

    #98962 Reply


    its effectively an nhs perk, started off as  “company cars” given to certain management grades and personel who required a car as they worked accross several sites. it was then broadened out to all staff. the lease is paid direct from salary.

    i did a cost analysis for derby pct when i was on a temp assignment. they werent too happy when i pointed out the administration of the scheme was costing quite a lot.

    cant say too much as they had a non disclosure thingy.

    #98967 Reply


    Yup, that’s for cars in stock, motobility should take note, could be a good deal to be had.

    #98968 Reply


    Interesting, thanks.

    #98969 Reply


    Mitch will that non disclosure thingy still be enforceable when the yanks are running the NHS or would you be indicted like Trump lol.

    The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe

    #98985 Reply


    Why should schemes like that only be availavle to NHS workers?

    #99070 Reply


    Yup, to me, this sounds like a version of motobility, But more flexible, and cheaper, it works by taking it off source from paid income, so must have some agreement with inland revenue, yet it remains relatively secret, go figure, an alternative system already is in place.

    #99097 Reply


    Some great cars on the NHS list too.

    #99118 Reply


    Very informative thanks

    #99324 Reply


    It’s a salary sacrifice scheme – this can cause issues with your final work pension.

    Before signing up, make sure you do the maths to see you won’t be out of pocket in the long run.

    #99553 Reply

    Clipped wings

    Autocar mentioned that the NHS has ordered 500 Jaguar iPaces. If true, guess not suitable as ambulances so perhaps freebies for the overpaid pen pushers. Taxes well spent. Built in Austria.

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