Few people actually know exactly how many miles they do when they sign a lease car contract, let alone how many they are going to do. As they tend to get offered fairly low mileage contracts, thats what they take, and they don't realize they are going over until it's too late. You couldn't manage your finances if you only got a bank statement every three years, so how are you going to manage your mileage unless you get a statement every month?.
The solution is to manage your mileage to ensure that you don't go over - or if you have already gone over, to bring things back into line. To manage anything you need to keep a firm handle on what it going on. follow these two simple steps:
Gather together the details of your lease car and your car lease.
Fill out the very short form on our sign-up page. It only takes one minute!
Then the Mileage Manager will send you an SMS message every month to
tell you how much mileage you should have done. This means you can stay
on top of your mileage throughout the the period of your lease.
This website will give you useful advice about what to do if you start straying over your mileage allowance, and the Mileage Manager will even send you reminders about servicing and lease return dates. All for Just £19.95 one-off fee.
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The Mileage Manager
will send you text and email reminders to:-
• Remind you of your monthly mileage allowance.
• Warn you when your warranty period is nearing it's end.
• Warn you when you are approaching the time for your MOT
• Remind you when your car needs preparation for lease return.