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Can I use a leaseing car for uber?

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Yes you can. You can also lease a car through Uber for only a deposit of $250. Not available in all cities, but it is a good way to pay off your car.

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People are saying you can lease a car through uber can you lease it to own it or it's a non transferable lease

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Yes you can as long as the lease have unlimited mileage. Uber also have a leasing program partnership with a third party. However, you have to have good credit to qualify.

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What uber don't say or tell,

When you are signing up to drive for uber with out a car. You will spend a lot to get it, they will tell you 225 or 250 a week 350 deposit to get the car, BUT what they won't say or tell you, is yes you will put a deposit of 350, but you most also pay the 250 week due at the end of that same week, plus you won't be paying 250 you will be paying more, 250 + fees and tax which would come up to 365 to 350 that same week you put the 350 deposit down for the car so all together you would be paying for that week alone, 700 + then for the weekly due of 250 or 225 + fees / tax you would be paying 275 every week for the car, if you take trips or not

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Yes you can

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Not generally. You would be putting lots of miles on the vehicle and the wear and tear would be prohibitive.

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You can use a leased car. I lease one thru Uber called the Xchange leasing project.
$250.00 down gets you a nice car, but $119 comes out of your pay check every week plus money for gas and insurance. This comes to about $700 a month. Don't do it you will lose money, and just work to pay for lease car and insurance.

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Yes but unfortunately under your responsibility

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Won't recommend it. You'll rack up mIles super fast. Plus the wear and tear that comes with it. Get a cheap, but maintained car that gives good mileage. I'll recommend a used 2010-2015 pruis 2.

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