I would definitely love to use them as my salary sacrifice car, however my employer (a university) only offers tusker (with their 2x the cost after taxes etc!!)
Isn't it the point of salary sacrifice that the employer doesn't have the car on their responsibility?Just read the Elmo Salary Sacrifice paperwork. Minimum of 12 month commitment for people who subscribe through the scheme and it doesn't look you can break it. Hmmm.
Onto's seem to charge a £249 fee for booking a car (but covers delivery and collection) to the employer.
Can't see my HR department taking either to be honest.
The wording says that it's the subscriber's (as in, my) responsibility. I've asked Elmo to confirm.Isn't it the point of salary sacrifice that the employer doesn't have the car on their responsibility?
I'm sure others add an insurance/addon cost for those purposes!
Picked up the ID.3 yesterday.Your ID.3 almost with you then?
My Elmo MG5 will be here on Thursday, bit worried my ID.4 is going to be delayed and I've made a big mistake, but we'll soon see!
Do let us know if you enjoy it. I'm hoping mine is around 6-8 weeks off, hoping there's no delays.Picked up the ID.3 yesterday.
It's great: very simple get in and go.Do let us know if you enjoy it. I'm hoping mine is around 6-8 weeks off, hoping there's no delays.
Some of them yes, some of them no.Just a quick question, does the Paua app/ card offer a discounted rate at the chargers?
Just to conclude my ElmoDrive experience: car was collected well and smoothly, and no final "damage" charges.We will be returning ours at the end of the 2 month minimum, which is end of March. Just in case you want that one
Same, my local Connected Kerbs are 10p cheaper, though my local GeniePoint is the same price. Went to London over the bank holiday weekend, luckily the two IONITYs along the M4 and the Shell in Maidenhead were also the same price, so that's something.Some of them yes, some of them no.
For example - Connected Kerb is considerably more expensive, but GeniePoint I paid considerably less for on occasion.
THIS. I had Elmo send me an invoice for the charging even though I was still well under my £100 free credit. A quick support chat later an the invoice was cancelled.@Danny88 word of advice. If you use the Paua/elmoCharge card, download the Paua app and keep an eye on what you spend on it. Just been emailed (for the second time) saying I owe elmo money for my charging which is over what I have actually used with my elmoCharge card.
They fixed this for me very quickly when I sent over the Paua App's charging history and they very quickly waived it both times. I think I owe them 85p but I assume it'll cost them more than it's worth to process the invoice.THIS. I had Elmo send me an invoice for the charging even though I was still well under my £100 free credit. A quick support chat later an the invoice was cancelled.
Same, I probably wont be using it once the £100 credit is through.I don't think I'd bother using it though, given it's on the whole not cheaper and it's hassle.
Nice tip!Quick tip: if you're using Connected Kerb (but not using the elmoCharge card) you can register ANY RFID card to their chargers and it'll start when you connect and wave it over the reader. I used my BP Pulse card.
It would depend how Elmo bill/arrange it. If you get a monthly invoice etc that shows the hire for just that month at a time you'll be alright, that's (mostly) all I4CH actually want to see. They won't know it's a 12 month contract I don't think.Received my MG ZS through Elmo and loving it so far.
Just been looking through the thread and can see a few people have recommended Insurance4carhire to cover the excess, however I've taken the ElmoSave option and 'tied in' for a year.
Looking at Insurance4Carhire it's for a 60 day hire period maximum, so I'm assuming this would only be valid on the ElmoFlex option? / anyone on ElmoSave taken out the cover?