I just got this from one of my KTL clients about purchasing a lease protection plan:
I got a great deal on an Infiniti QX30 AWD Premium, and went I went to sign the paperwork, the finance guy wanted to sell me a premium lease protection package- $900 cost over 39 months, gets me free tire, rim, dent repair and $1,500 in lease return damage insurance. It’s cost is quite steep, compared to the cost of overall car insurance. I gave the ‘okay’ knowing I have 30 days to back out.
I’m guessing it’s not worth the cost- I’m leasing a vehicle because I don’t put that many miles on it, so less chance for damage. Is the lease protection package ever worth it?
Here is my quick answer:
Buying a lease protection plan is almost never worth it.
In fact, in most cases, getting wear and tear insurance for a leased car is the biggest hustle going. Because most people who lease never claim this insurance in the end…
Instead, I recommend getting my KTL Leasing System to help you get the best new car at the lowest price – with $0 cash down.
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Whether you love or hate Tai Lopez, we all know he is a wealth of knowledge.
And while the internet is trying to figure out if he leases his exotic cars (he does, he admits it now)…
Tai is right again – giving blanket advice about our second most expensive monthly bill is dangerous.
In this video, Tai reveals his secrets and suggestions on whether to lease, rent or own:
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Before I show you how my client (David) just land a luxurious Volvo XC60 Inscription SUV for 456.51 monthly – no money down:
Let me tell you about David’s unusual story.
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Did you hear the bad news about Hyundai and its sister company Kia?
They have voluntarily recalled more than 1,480,000 cars.
According to Hyundai, 2.4-liter 2011 to 2014 naturally aspirated GDI and 2.0-liter T-GDI are the main culprits.
Models such as the Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, the Santa Fe Sport, the Sportage, and the Sorento have been named in the recall.
So here is the million dollar question:
Will this affect Hyundai and Kia leases for us?
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