For these posts we've assumed that your business isn't a leasing or finance company (where special rules apply).
If your company buys or leases cars for use in its business then tax relief is normally available for the cost of buying/leasing/running the cars.
The way tax relief is given depends on how the cars are acquired.
There are differences in tax relief for the main aquisition methods and you can read more about each approach by clicking on the links below (we'll keep your place here whilst you follow the links):
Once again there are differences in tax relief depending on how the van is funded - click on the links below for more details:
Generally the day-to-day running costs for company cars and vans are eligible for tax relief, subject to the normal rules for business tax deductions.
Costs allowed each year as a tax deduction include servicing and maintenance, insurance, vehicle excise duty (the 'tax disc'), fuel, road tolls and repairs.
The rules for recovering Value Added Tax on company cars and vans are almost as complex as those for tax relief and we've dedicated a special post to this topic which you can read by clicking here.
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