Car leasing customers have received some advice from one blogger about how to keep the costs of their deal low.
Writing on the Car Blog, John Spencer noted that one of the simplest ways to ensure that you do not incur additional charges at the end of your lease period is to keep your mileage low and not exceed the limit set by your car leasing company.
He went on to explain that, in addition to watching your mileage, there are other ways that you can save money during the time of your lease.
Driving a diesel vehicle is one option, with Mr Spencer particularly recommending Audi, BMW and Mercedes models as they are “known for their efficiency and economy”.
“You can squeeze 40 per cent more mileage from a full tank of diesel than you can with standard fuel,” he stated.
Meanwhile, car leasing customers in London may find that they can save money by opting for a green vehicle after changes were announced to the congestion charging scheme.
From January 4th 2011, all cars that produce CO2 emissions of less than 100 g per km will be exempt from the fee.
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