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The Benefits of Leasing A Car

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The chances are that you are going to need to have a car at some point in your life. Maybe you use one to commute to work each day, drop the kids off at school or just to run errands. However, buying and owning a car might not be the best solution for you. Instead, you might be better off leasing a car.

No Maintenance

One of the main benefits of leasing a car over buying one outright is that you don’t need to deal with any of the maintenance. You don’t need to pay to get it serviced or fix any broken parts. All of this is the responsibility of the company that you have leased the car from. Obviously, in the case of an accident that was your fault, then you are still liable. However, if it isn’t your fault then, depending on your agreement, you should receive a new car while the previous one is getting fixed. Not having to worry about getting things fixed, where the money is going to come from to pay for it and finding time to visit a garage can be a real weight off your mind.

Can Be Cheaper

It might sound strange, but leasing can be cheaper. We all know that cars drop severely in value to moment that you buy one. Most leasing periods will be 24-36 months, and after that, the car is taken back to the leasing company. Each month you are going to pay a leasing fee which when added together is usually much cheaper than buying a new car. You can even find special offers from Intelligent Car Leasing if you want to save yourself even more money. When you add to this the fact that road tax and maintenance are generally included in the price, then you could save yourself a lot of money. Even if you normally get your car on finance, leasing is not the same. You don’t have that debt hanging over your head and can instead get on with using your car for whatever purpose you need it for. If you don’t think that you will need a car in the future, but need it for the next few years (you might be moving out of the country or moving to the inner city), then leasing is perfect for you. You gain access to a car when you need it, and once you are done with it, then it goes back to the leasing company.

Access To The Latest Models

If having access to the latest models of car is something that you are interested in, then leasing is perfect for you. Instead of having to pay over the odds for the latest cars, you can lease one for a few years instead. This can mean that you can drive a car that you normally wouldn’t be able to afford. This turns having a car into a fun experience instead of one that means you have to get a budget car and all the issues that come along with it.


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