During these two years, John must keep the car in good condition and not exceed 25,000 miles. For this, John pays $450 a month. Commercial leases are divided into two types: TRAC open leasing and concluded leasing. Each has a different set of rules and parameters. Everyone works better for different fleet situations. Some lessors group miles for the entire fleet. Taking into account the total power of kilometers over the entire fleet will contribute to the expulsion of peaks or burglaries of individual vehicles. Ultimately, if drivers are consistently above the mileage limit, the landlord will rewrite the lease to reflect current conditions, Singer says. If the market value of the vehicle is less than the IBC at the end of the lease agreement, the lessee is liable for the difference, whether he wants to buy the vehicle back or return it to the lessor. . . .