D&M Auto Leasing – Special Programs

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D&M Leasing
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In business for 40 years, Texas-based D&M Auto Leasing serves as one of the nation’s leading consumer car leasing companies. Providing personal and commercial leasing options, D&M Auto Leasing also offers special programs, including several specially created for professionals.

Doctors and other medical professionals may turn to D&M’s DoctorAutolease division to find the car that is best for them. The company trains its employees to understand the unique requirements of medical practitioners. A leasing professional interacts with clients and determines the best car to fit their budget, as well as their needs for family and career. Through DoctorAutolease, clients can receive a personal lease that considers factors such as mileage driven per year and money down, and provides them with maximum tax benefit. Beyond that, they may acquire leased medical equipment to enhance their practice.

Similarly, the Attorney’s Auto Lease division focuses on legal professionals. Since its start in Tarrant County, Texas, over a decade ago, it has aided nearly 4,000 lawyers and judges across the United States. To learn more about these and other programs, visit www.dmautoleasing.com.


D&M Auto Leasing – Gap Insurance

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GAP Insurance
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Named the 2016 Dealer of the Year by Dealer Rater, D&M Auto Leasing continues a 40-year tradition of excellence in commercial and personal car leasing. With locations throughout Texas but with a nationwide reach, D&M Auto Leasing provides numerous benefits to those who use its services, such as making gap insurance a standard feature on all of its contracts.

Also known as gap protection, gap insurance covers the difference between what one owes on an automobile and its actual value. It benefits drivers with cars whose actual cash value is less than what they have to pay on their lease or loan. If an accident occurs, the policy holder becomes subject to paying the remainder, which can be costly depending on what remains on the account.

Reasons for this disparity include taking out loans with extended terms, which causes a greater time to build equity in the car; the car naturally depreciating in value; and excess borrowing beyond the purchase price of the car. With a gap insurance policy, drivers can avoid these extra charges and need only pay the deductible, regardless of how much has yet to be paid.