Car leasing missteps
Consumers who lease a car usually do so because they get the chance to drive newer, "better" model cars for less money than the cost of a purchase.
But drivers who want to lease a car should make sure they read the fine print before signing a contract, says Philip Reed, senior consumer advice editor at auto research site Edmunds.com.
"People make a lot of mistakes when setting up their car leases, and it can cost them a lot of money," he says. Here are five common car leasing mistakes that consumers should avoid.