What are the financial advantages of electric driving?
With a private lease, in addition to a possible purchase subsidy and the elimination of road tax until 2024, you benefit from lower costs per kilometre because electricity is cheaper than fuel. You also benefit from a lower taxable benefit rate as a business lease driver. The taxable benefit rate for electric cars will be 16% as of 1 January 2023. Up to €30,000 of the electric car's catalogue value, the taxable benefit rate is 16%; above that, you're charged 22%.
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How does automatic reimbursement work?
Automatic reimbursement applies when you charge at a home charging station. You then basically pay twice for your energy. Once to your energy supplier through your meter box and in addition you are charged by the charging station. The fees you “double” pay are settled monthly and automatically refunded to you. Automatic reimbursement requires that the charging station (or at least its hosting) be through a partner of ours. In addition, it is necessary to use a charging product from the same provider. Finally, a subscription for hosting through the same provider is required. When you purchase a new charging station through ALD, this is all included in the package by default.
What do I need to be able to be reimbursed automatically?
An automatic reimbursement (settlement) takes place between charging point supplier, lease driver, leasing company, and employer. Therefore, this service can only be offered at a home charging point of one of our partners. In addition, it is a must to use a charging product (pass or key) from the same supplier as the supplier of the home charging point. Finally, it requires a hosting subscription through us. We include this for you in the lease rate.
Where and at what rate can I charge abroad?
Looking for a list of all charging stations abroad? Download the “Laadpaal App” from the App Store or Google Play Store. The app also shows charging rates, which may vary by charging station.
How much does electric charging cost?
Rates for electric charging vary by charging station provider. In addition to a kWh price, some suppliers charge a starting rate or time rate. In addition, the cost depends on which charging card you use. Most charging card providers have an app that shows rates for each charging location. Are you using a MultiTankCard charging product? Then see where it is accepted and what the cost is here: https://www.mtc.nl/onze-diensten/elektrisch-laden/laadlocator
How does the EV subsidy scheme work?
The Electric Passenger Car Subsidy Scheme (SEPP) was introduced in 2020 to encourage private ownership and driving of electric cars. Are you considering spending your mobility budget on a private lease electric car? If so, you may be able to take advantage of the SEPP subsidy. Current information on the scheme can be found here: https://www.rvo.nl/subsidies-financiering/sepp