Why Novated Leasing Can Be a Convenient Way to Run a Car
Property aside, running a car is seen by many as one of life’s biggest expenses. And when it comes to vehicle ownership, purchase price is just the beginning – there are many associated expenses throughout the year that add up.
Novated leasing – or salary packaging a car – could be hugely convenient way to manage your car budget while potentially saving tax. Here are five reasons why.
#1 Better Budgeting
We’ll work with you to draw up an easy-to-manage budget covering all your lease repayments and yearly running costs – including fuel, tyres, rego, servicing and insurance – in one regular payment. Say goodbye to bill-shock!
#2 Leave the Heavy Lifting To Us
Let us take care of the heavy lifting: we may be able to source your vehicle, negotiate a great drive-away price and manage the paperwork. We can also arrange the finance and insurance and order your fuel card.
#3 Servicing Is a Breeze
For RemServ customers, one of the most popular aspects of novated leasing is having the support of our expert maintenance team. The process is simple: when you drop your car off, tell your service provider it’s RemServ-managed, and to contact our Maintenance Centre on 1300 30 39 40 before they start any work.
When work is completed, your provider will contact you to collect the car. In between, our team of experienced mechanics will confirm and negotiate costs, and ensure all work is reasonable and meets manufacturer standards.
#4 24/7 Access to Your Account
With the RemServ app (and RemServ Online for desktop), you have 24/7 access to your novated lease account. Here you can monitor transactions, manage payments, check your balance, update your details and submit claims on the go.
#5 A Guiding Hand at Lease End
You have a few options at lease end – whether it’s taking out a new lease on a new car, extending the lease on your existing car, or paying the residual amount to own the car outright. We’ll contact you towards lease end to discuss your options, answer any questions and could help steer you in the direction that best suits you.
Disclaimer: This website contains general information and doesn't take your personal circumstances into account. Seek professional independent advice before making a decision.