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I have a very long commute to work, I cannot get there on public transport and with bankruptcy looking like my only option transportion is an issue.

 

So apparantly I would only be allowed a car between £1k & 2K given my commute according to the literature I've read.

 

So if my company have offered a salary sacrifice company car scheme and I take them up on this offer where do I stand if I become bankrupt. The car would be registered to my employer.

 

Any thoughts from those with the knowledge?

 

Many thanks

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The car is their asset not yours so you would not be asked to give it up, i presume when i say this that the car always remains their property i.e you are not paying to eventually buy the car

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