Leasing agreements have the maximum average annual mileage allowed without paying the penalty specified on them. Most of the agreements have 12,000 miles per year as the common mileage allowance, although you may see 10,000 or 15,000 miles limits as well.
When you are entering a contract, make sure that you selected the right mileage limit of your vehicle because you will be charged higher in case of exceeding your allowed mileage. Excess miles are calculated in the range of $0.20-$0.30 per mile. But there is some leverage if you want to drive extra miles, you can “buy” them at the time of lease negotiations.
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