Leasing contracts usually include a clause that provides the kilometre allowance for the duration of the contract. For example, a 48-month contract can provide for a 80,000-kilometre allowance.

Specified kilometre allowance

When a contract specifically mentions applicable fees, the merchant can charge additional fees when you go over the kilometre allowance.

No kilometre allowance

If your contract does not include a kilometre allowance or does not mention fees for additional mileage, the merchant cannot charge any additional fees.

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Last update : May 3, 2021

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