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PAUL M

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:mad: time for a new van me thinks:mad:this week have had replaced,two new front tyres:( new radiator:( new stat :(new water pump:( new ball joints front ,both sides top and bottom:( good job me bro is a mechanic:) but because of waiting for spares and the work to be done i have allso been off the road and have had to reschedule my work,so all in all it has been a bloody expensive week,i was wondering do you still get better tax allowances for long term leasing ,and does anyone have any idea how much to lease a newish transit size van per month.:confused: any ideas welcome.
 
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Spudmiester

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Been thinking about this myself, not looked into it yet. My mate leases two vans and his car, must be something in it !
 
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Cirrus

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Aha - I think I may be able to help. I was a leasing consultant myself until 4 years ago so will be ble to put you in the picture. Just got in from work (10pm) and knackered so won't post it now. My old co - www.tilsungroup.com I think have a good website which explains the options (well it used to) until I can write a bit more.
 
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