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Coverage from 'if the car gets totaled early due to an accident or gets stolen' should be handled by your insurance. Seems to me that you need to make sure that your insurance policy properly accounts for the all-upfront-lease and some equivalent of gap coverage (which comes from when you enter a payment plan to purchase a car, but due to rapid depreciation ...


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If you are looking to save money on car ownership, leasing is the most ineffective way to go about it. I would imagine one price leasing is even more inefficient than the typical monthly scheme. The specific question you are asking would be highly dependent on the leasing contract, so it is impossible to answer. In order to make it equitable for the buyer,...


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