Lockdown 2.0 – our reassurance to you
As we head towards Lockdown 2.0 we know there will be many anxieties and concerns but we wanted to reassure all of our customers that OVL Group remains open for business and will be fully available to support you during this next challenging time.
Early conversations with our dealer groups and collection agencies indicate that contactless deliveries and collections will continue during the November lockdown, albeit at a slightly reduced capacity. Our dealer network have confirmed that workshops will stay open and all finance companies are open for maintenance and customer service issues. The lessons learnt from the previous lockdown and the processes implemented as a result, provide reassurance that the impact of this lockdown will be greatly reduced.
If you have a vehicle due for delivery or collection within the next few weeks, your account manager will be in touch directly with specific details, but if you have any questions at all don’t hesitate to get in touch email@example.com
The OVL team is fully available to support you and deliver optimum service levels.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or queries either by calling 01491 615516 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay safe and well.
What is a crew van lease?
What is a Crew Van Lease?
A crew van is a van which has an extra row of cab seats added. They are sometimes called a double cab van, as there are two rows of cab seats, which looks like there are two cabs.
What is a crew van?
Crew vans are often chosen by those who want to carry both people and materials, or equipment. One way of looking at it is that a minibus is full of seats, whereas a van has one row of seats with lots of space for equipment. For example, you may well have seen an electrician’s van with the back doors open and inside you will see lots of tools, wires and all sorts of electrical equipment. A minibus has rows of seats for between 9 to 17 people. A crew van is a compromise between the two, with space for more people than a van, but less than a minibus. And a crew van has more space for equipment than a minibus but less than a van.
What is a lease?
A lease is the most common way of funding a new van. You pay a sum at the start and then monthly payments. The duration of the lease varies but is usually three or four years. At the end of the lease you simply return the van and arrange the lease for a new van.
So a crew van lease is a way to fund your new crew van. For details on how this works and the best crew van to suit your needs, just get in touch and we’ll be delighted to talk through the details with you.