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Excess Mileage cost shows n/a

lookin4adeallookin4adeal Posts: 4
edited May 2017 in Mercedes-Benz
I am 8 months out from lease end, but due to life circumstances have reached my allowable miles for my current lease. I went to crunch some numbers on what to do and when I pulled my current lease it shows n/a for the cost per mile over the original allocation. Has anyone ever seen this? I skimmed the rest of the agreement and cannot find any default amount or any other language pertaining to overage costs. Any ideas?

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 100,631

    I am 8 months out from lease end, but due to life circumstances have reached my allowable miles for my current lease. I went to crunch some numbers on what to do and when I pulled my current lease it shows n/a for the cost per mile over the original allocation. Has anyone ever seen this? I skimmed the rest of the agreement and cannot find any default amount or any other language pertaining to overage costs. Any ideas?

    Call MBFS and ask them. Without actually seeing your agreement, I'd just be guessing.

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