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Arnold Clark launches employee car leasing scheme

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Arnold Clark Vehicle Management (ACVM) has launched a new employee car plan, Affinity Cars, aimed at employees who do not have access to a company car.

Employees, it says, will take out a personal car lease, which means the agreement is between the employee and ACVM.

Furthermore, employees will not need to visit a showroom, because everything will be done online and their car will be delivered for free, anywhere in the UK mainland.

David Cooper, managing director of ACVM, said: “It’s a really exciting time for Arnold Clark Vehicle Management to bring such an innovative new product to the market. The automotive industry is evolving and we’re proud to be blazing a trail with the launch of Affinity Cars.”  

ACVM is part of the Arnold Clark Group ­– Europe’s largest independently owned car retailer. With business centres located throughout the UK from Aberdeen to Milton Keynes, ACVM offer a wide selection of vehicle leasing products and services to a variety of public and private sector companies. 



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