With BCH, you pay for the use of the vehicle throughout your contract, and then return the vehicle to the financial company at the end of the contract without further commitment. The monthly rental depends on the value of the vehicle, the duration of the contract and the agreed mileage. Under a BCH contract, it is also possible to include maintenance, maintenance and tire packages in monthly rents. In recent years, van-leasing has become increasingly popular with retailers, partnerships and limited companies, as it offers an alternative financing solution, often cheaper, for the purchase of a new carrier with a bank loan or financing from distributors. In the case of a van lease, the customer also does not have to worry about depreciation or the sale of the carrier, since that responsibility rests with the financial services provider. Van-Leasing is a long-term lease agreement that offers the exclusive use of a carrier or pick-up truck for a specified period of time. At the beginning of a contract, the client pays a first rent, followed by a series of monthly payments for a period of 2, 3 or 4 years. At the end of the contract, the carrier is returned to the financial services provider without any other obligation, so that the customer is free to sell or purchase another vehicle. Personal leasing is when an individual (instead of a business or business) enters into a lease agreement for a new carrier or pick-up truck. It offers another financing solution for individual entrepreneurs, partnerships and limited companies that have been operating for less than a year or have been denied vehicle financing. A personal tenancy agreement authorizes the individual who enters into the lease for financing and not for the company or business.
The terms and conditions should provide that the carrier may only be used by the worker for professional purposes and should not be used for private purposes.