Short Term Car Leasing

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Short term car leasing is a great solution for individuals or companies who are thinking of getting a lease agreement that falls somewhere in between daily car rental and a longer car leasing contract of 2-3 years. Most short term car leasing companies offer contracts from three to 12 months though certain companies may offer you a rolling contract of 28 days. Benefits of short term car leasing include:  

  • The ability to enjoy having a new or different car every 3 -12 months
  • You could opt for a rolling 28 day contract
  • Flexibility – you may require a business vehicle on an ad-hoc basis. Short term car leasing permits you to do this

If you would like to get a free quote, Capex, the finance experts provide short-term car leasing solutions.  Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and an advisor will contact you with your options.

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