2) You must watch every mile
One of the most stressful stipulations of leasing a car is the mileage limitations. You have to decide whether you are going to drive 9,000, 12,000 or 15,000 miles per year and sign off on that amount. What happens if you go over the yearly distance you preselect? You have to pay a fee for each additional mile. This could potentially mean thousands of dollars in fees.
The miles are added up each year and once your lease term is complete, you have to pay the accumulative overage amounts for each year. This means you could be forking over a lot of cash when your lease is up and remember, you still don’t get to keep the car!