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Stop driving so much. This one is simple, Ron. Pay the penalty. Go into your lease terms and find out what the over-mileage penalty is for your lease. Buy the car. Probably your best option is simply buying the car at the end of the lease. Move to Orange County.
If you go over your miles, the leasing company will charge you for every extra mile driven. The per-mile penalty is spelled out in your lease, but it can run as high as $0.25 per mile. That would be $250 for every 1,000 miles over the limit.
Excess mileage Most leasing companies charge around 15 to 20 cents per mile over the amount allowed in the contract, commonly 12,000 miles per year. If you're way over the allowed mileage and looking at a big penalty, you still have options. In most cases, the buyout price is close to the current market value price.
No. You cannot buy extra lease miles during a lease, only at the beginning. If you are already in a lease and see that you are already exceeding your allowance, there are a number of options. See our article, Over Mileage Car Lease for more details.
Normally, standard auto leases come with annual mileage limits of 10,000 to 15,000 miles, most coming in with 12,000-mile annual limits. Since average American drivers put about 12,000 miles on their car each year, a standard auto lease works well for most.
This means that the higher your annual mileage, the higher your premium is likely to cost. If you inform them about the change to mileage, this won't invalidate your cover and it will most likely change your policy and up the price you are paying to reflect the new mileage.
This means that the higher your annual mileage, the higher your premium is likely to cost. If you inform them about the change to mileage, this won't invalidate your cover and it will most likely change your policy and up the price you are paying to reflect the new mileage.
Excess mileage charges represent the fees you will pay to the finance provider if you go over your pre-agreed mileage allowance. The excess mileage charge is calculated at a pence per mile rate. Put simply, the more you go over your pre-agreed mileage, the more it will cost you in excess mileage charges.
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