Why Not Lease a Car? Lebanon MO
St. Louis, MO
0800-2200 7 Days
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only In-Car Navigation System , Gold Counter Service
This location is for Private Flights only.
Lees Summit, MO
Kansas City, MO
0500-0030 7 Days
Child Seats, Gold Canopy , Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only In-Car Navigation System
After Hours - After hour returns are allowed. Record the return date and time, mileage and tank level on the rental agreement jacket. Leave the keys and rental agreement in the drop box located at the end of the rental counter.
24 Hours, 7 Days
Child Seats, Gold Counter Service
This location is for Square D Employees only and requires a 48 hours advance notice. After Hours - After hour pickups must be made at least 24 hours in advance. After hour returns are allowed for Square D employees only. Park car in the visitor parking. Drop box is located in the Square D Company facility. All other after hour returns must be made to the Columbia Airport or the Holiday Inn Select Center HLE locations.
O Fallon, MO
O Fallon, MO
Why Not Lease a Car?
Many automotive consumers understand that car leasing offers low monthly payments but question whether it has drawbacks that might make it a bad choice for them. The answer is, yes, leasing has potential disadvantages and there are reasons that some people should not do it. Let's take a look.
Do Not Lease, If ...
Do not lease your next car if your lifestyle is not settled and stable. If your job is in jeopardy, or you are about to get married, or you have an illness or poor health, or you might get divorced soon, or your finances are shaky – you should not lease a car. Any of these factors my cause you to not complete your lease as you originally agreed to do. Leases are designed to be completed as scheduled and can be very troublesome and costly to terminate early. Some of the most common complaints about leasing come from people who want to get out early and find it so difficult. If you think there is a chance you might have to end your lease early, then don't lease. It is much easier to get out of loan than a lease.
Do not lease your next car if you drive a large number of miles. Leasing saves money for people who drive about 15,000 miles a year or less — because depreciation, for which leasing pays, is only about half the total value of the vehicle. More miles means greater depreciation and a larger chunk of a vehicle's value, which makes leasing less beneficial. Even if you buy the extra miles you'll need, leasing makes less se...