Reducing the use of the car by teleworking represents a saving of 1,430 euros per year
The normalization of telecommuting and the reduction of daily use of the car for work reasons can be a savings of up to 1,430 euros per year, according to the calculations of the Idoneo.com car ‘renting’ platform. “If teleworking is normalized and you only have to go to the office two days a week, drivers could save up to 130 euros on average per monthor what is the same, 1,430 euros per year”, assured the CEO of Idoneo.com, Eduardo Clavijo.
However, the company has indicated that this estimate “could fall short” given the current fuel price situation. In its calculations, the company has taken into account that in the latest survey on the use of ICT (information and communication technologies) and electronic commerce in companies prepared by the National Statistics Institute (INE) it is collected that the 40.8% of companies allow telecommuting. “Also, eight out of ten of them already use remote access technologies for their staff, which indicates that their implementation (that of teleworking) could grow,” Idoneo.com defended.
‘Renting’ as an alternative
The company has highlighted that in this new context the purchase of a car “loses its attractiveness” because, according to Clavijo, “for many it does not make sense to make a large investment in a good that is increasingly more expensive and they use less”. Along these lines, he has assessed that ‘renting’ is a “real alternative” for citizenship because the use of a pay-per-use model offers “great advantages” about buying a car.
“Renting allows drivers adjust what they pay for their vehicle according to the use they make of itbeing the annual mileage the main factor that determines the price of this rental”, he argued. However, the company has clarified that the increase in prices has also reached the ‘renting’ market, although its impact, according to Clavijo, “has been less”. “Our sector has demonstrated its resilience due to its ability to allow access to a car without large outlays, something highly valued in times of uncertainty by a large part of the population”, he concluded.
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