Understanding the miles you need for your lease!
Tips and Tricks Thursday!!!!
Underestimating miles you’ve driven before you lease
It’s common for leasing contracts to have a driving maximum of 10,000 miles to 15,000 miles. If you exceed those limits, you could be charged an additional 10 cents to 30 cents per mile at the end of the lease.
So when it comes time to turn in the car, you could end up owing a substantial amount — on a car you’re no longer driving.
To AVOID THIS EXTRA FEE, examine your driving habits before choosing your lease terms. If you know you’ll probably drive more miles than the agreement allows, you could ask for a higher limit. Get the amount of miles that you need!