Here is the fast and easy way to turn in your lease car and get a new lease car

I see this kind of tweet all the time:

Andrey… I feel your pain.

I was once in your shoes a few years ago. Then I decided that enough was enough – and would figure out the leasing game in our favor.

And in the Winter of 2016, I created a system that takes all the hassle out of trading in a leased car for a new lease.

I call it the KTL At-home Leasing System. It works in most of America (the lower 48). And the best part is we do everything from our home, office – even a Starbucks.

The most important rule is to NEVER, EVER visit a car dealership. This is a FATAL mistake. Because doing so will waste up to 5 hours of our time. Even worse, we will overpay for our lease by at least $6,000 (up to $12,000.00).

Instead, I reveal how to force all automakers to lease us a car over the Internet. Yep – we never even see a car salesperson.

And yes… my same systems force the leasing company to pick up our end-of-lease vehicle sitting in our driveway. They will gladly do it. We just have to ask in the right way. I show you how.

This is why I created this blog. I expose the auto industry – all their games, tricks and hustles. And instead of dreading car leasing, I reveal how to make it a pleasure.

With that said:

I HIGHLY recommend looking through the most popular posts on my blog – start here.

Turning in a leased car under mileage – will I get cash back?

Most people turn in a leased car under the allotted mileage – like this:

My lease runs out in June on my Ford explorer limited I’m under my mileage allotment. I have only 21,000 and my lease miles is for 40,500 – just wondering if Ford will give me back any money on my lease?

Yes. Some automakers do indeed rebate a few hundred dollars when we are below the mileage allotment. Yep. That is all – hundreds.

But:

The savvy way to go is to get bids from Wall-Street-funded car buying services instead. They might pay us THOUSANDS for our same vehicle.