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FN50: Small increase in number of cars incurring charges

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The average fair and wear charge incurred by company cars has risen 12% in the past five years, according to this year’s FN50.

A company car would, on average, have faced a fair wear and tear bill at defleet of £289 in 2016. This year’s FN50 shows that has risen by £35 to £324, on average, not including salary sacrifice cars.

Looking at the 10 biggest leasing companies in isolation, the average fair wear and tear bill was £407.

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