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Police Car Leasing
Sheriff's Vehicle Leasing
Small Police Fleet - Big Police Fleet 2-200 Vehicles
Do you need 10 vehicles, but only
enough in the budget for 2 or 3? Need 30, but there's only enough
budget to squeeze in 6 this year?
You're not alone, you hear it from other agencies, we hear it from
departments around the country.
But there is a cost-effective
solution that you can implement right now.
We can show your
police or sheriff's department how to
multiply the funds in (the buying power)
police cars & motorcycles (and hardware, software and equipment) by a factor of 3, 4 or 5 times, without increasing its
Most police departments have fallen into
the "pay-in-advance-for-everything" budget trap. That
may be a great idea when funds are
plentiful, but a "tough road to hoe," when funds are scarce!
Our police car acquisition model is “pay-as-you-go”
lease-to-own financing. It can give your department tremendous
additional buying power to meet its public mandate today, with the
funds that are available today, instead of deferring essential
purchases or trying to “bank” the funds for the future. (Which is a losing
proposition as inflation often outpaces your savings yields, and actually make
“waiting” the more expensive option!)
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Consistently Lower than Dealer Lease Pricing
Is your budget forcing you to look for just a few new cars every year--when
you really need several times that amount? We can show your
the same budget
will allow them to add four or five new
vehicles this year for every one vehicle they "would have"
purchased for cash.
The "math" is even more attractive for larger
purchases, not only will the funds
for 10 new cars get your department as
many as 40
new vehicles, but our municipal lease interest rates drop off sharply as the
dollar-size of the transaction increases. Please don't hesitate to
let us to quote on any possible purchase configurations.
Why Commercial Car Leases
Don't Work for Police Departments
Here’s “the real
math” behind commercial lease pricing: The auto leasing company purchases
new vehicles up front and “leases” (rents) them to your agency in exchange for 12-24 monthly
payments. Their key financial assumption is that when your return
the vehicle, they'll be able to
sell-off your department's very low-mileage, “almost new”
condition vehicle for a
profit at the end of the lease. i.e. They recover their initial investment and their profit from 1) the
sum of your payments, and 2) the money they make selling your off-lease
vehicle. But this is where the math falls apart. What real departments, really do after they receive a “brand
new” vehicle is start drilling holes, installing radios, antennas, light
bars, prisoner cages, consoles, push bumpers and of course adding their own
paint and graphics. Then the vehicle goes into rotation patrolling up to
3-shifts, 24/7/365 and racking up anywhere from 15-60,000 or more miles per
year, for 3, 4, or 5 years. The critical question? Will
the vehicles that your agency returns after the (commercial) lease be ready for profitable
re-sale by the dealer-- with all of the normal wear & tear you'll put on just
doing what police do, day-in and day-out? Not
likely from our experience. (You will PAY DEARLY to recondition
those cars when the commercial lease ends--its ALL buried the fine print. NONE
of this is an issue with our municipal leases)
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