The lease language

The leasing language

  1. Average used price
  2. Another 10%
  3. A little more elbow
  4. Stick to a short term
  5. Research is key
  6. Leasing terminology
  7. Closed end
  8. Open end
  9. Divide or multiply by 2400
  10. Acquisition, inception, termination
  11. Guaranteed resale value
  12. Capitalized cost
  13. Residual
  14. Sign and drive
  15. Wear and tear
  16. Annual mileage allowance
  17. Term is important

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About Geoffrey Jerome

I am a 35 year veteran of the automobile and motorcycle industry, author of seven books, soon to be nine, Both fiction and nonfiction. I have three super kids, actually adults, and a wonderful Jack Russell Terrier named Lucy Lynn. I am Formerly from upstate New York, Ithaca. I ride a Harley, like photography, technology and I know climate change is the worlds biggest problem.
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