IT is well known that business leasing is “on the up” as SMEs across the country are looking to lower their monthly outgoings and fix their costs.
Where commercial vehicles are concerned, it is very often the case that van signage will be added to the vehicle when the customer takes delivery, or in some cases, the vehicle leasing company will arrange for this to be done before they receive it.
This is certainly not the best of ideas if you are looking to take out a contract hire agreement
Many companies are still clinging on (excuse the pun!) to traditional vinyl graphics as their signage of choice. This is certainly not the best of ideas if you are looking to take out a contract hire agreement as vinyl is known to damage vehicles when removed.
In fact, even if a finance lease is taken out – also a popular choice with SMEs when funding commercial vehicles – a damaged vehicle could mean a drop in value which, in turn, could prove problematic if you are trying to achieve the optimum value to meet your final balloon payment.
Spedian SuperLite is already trusted by clever businesses throughout the UK, including many local authority fleets, as being a solution to their vehicle signage dilemmas.
Spedian SuperLite is removable and affordable; it is quite unlike any other type of option available to companies when it comes to decorating their vans with promotions that can be changed, quite literally, with the seasons. It can also be fitted easily by the commercial vehicle operator – requiring no specialist equipment – and crucially, there is no damage to the vehicles when the signage is removed.