I have done both but only drive the leased car now. I find it better and more convenient. I am not sure if I am actually allowed to be doing this but no one has told me otherwise so I will continue to do so. I think some places that lease cars wouldn't allow it though. Do you drive your own vehicle or a lease?
My primary car has been a lease for many years now, I recently got myself a 2020 Hyundai Elantra and I've been very pleased with it.
For a relatively budget car, I've received many compliments. They did a great job.
Both. I have used my car I owned for awhile but now it is considered too old to use so I had to use my lease to continue driving. It will be up this fall so I can trade it in for another car, very excited about that.
I didn't know leasing cars to drive for these companies was an option. Interesting! I would have figured putting extra miles on a lease would be some kind of breach of contract. I own my own, bought it new in 2015.
Leased car. As long as the leased vehicle meets the requirements of the ridesharing company, you'll be able to use the vehicle to start driving. ... Pay attention to any special requirements involving auto lease insurance, and make sure you cover yourself properly.
I've been leasing cars for many years now through Toyota. I always return them in great condition and I pay very little interest.
If I had to buy a car outright, I wouldn't have a very nice car.