Typically, a leasing company has a minimum lease term ranging from 24 months to 60 months. Recently, the view that the market for short-term leasing contracts, known as flexi-leasing, has grown. Flexi-lease is if a person can rent a new vehicle for 3 months and then decide to put the car/van back or actually renew the lease for another period. It`s almost the same as truck rental, but in general, financing or maintenance of the leasing company and ultimately responsible for the vehicle. Payments and Penalties The lease agreement sets the terms of rental payments and all penalties for mileage overruns and wear. The tenant should take the time to read all the fine print on the payment and payment plan to ensure that they are reasonable, and not create a situation in which the tenant must come out of his own pocket for more than the agreed measure. Provisions for normal wear It is accepted that during the lease, there will be some wear on the car. This is what can be expected and the automotive group will not pose a problem with a leasing taker who will make a car that seems to have worked well during the lease. If a problem occurs, if the car returns damaged or an indication of a use that is different from what they consider normal for the vehicle. If the car company believes that the extent of damage to the vehicle is greater than normal wear, the tenant is responsible for all costs associated with repairing or replacing the vehicle. The first sections of your lease probably focus on what you have to pay as part of the agreement. Beware of these elements: Rental conditions can result in heavy penalties.
Maybe you will have to pay penalties if: -You exceed the number of miles in your rental contract. – You cannot keep the inside and outside of the car in good condition. – You drive the car hard and add significant wear and tear to the performance and appearance of the car. – You want to return the car before your contract expires. If a taker does not comply with the terms of the mileage limits, he must pay an extra per mile of 0.01 to 0.15 USD per mile and more.