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Old 23.01.2020, 15:36
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Re: Taking a UK lease car to Switzerland

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Great, thanks. I will look them up!
I've talked to the my leasing company and although I thought that I've paid 50% already so I could come out of the agreement, the way they calculate it seems very strange, meaning I could only save around 2k from the total of 8k left over the next 2 years - by getting our early at the moment. I am booking a meeting f2f with them to weigh in my options.
Ideally, I would like to use the car and insure it. Let's see how it goes ...
I would have just taken it without talking to the lease company. Your case is quite straight forward, your going back to the UK, not going to stay, you won’t have to import the car to Switzerland, you can easily get blue zone parking and everything else with UK plates so it’s fine.

The lease calculations are not the way point timeline but the calculations on the price of the car plus the interest.
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Old 24.01.2020, 12:05
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I would have just taken it without talking to the lease company. Your case is quite straight forward, your going back to the UK, not going to stay, you won’t have to import the car to Switzerland, you can easily get blue zone parking and everything else with UK plates so it’s fine.

The lease calculations are not the way point timeline but the calculations on the price of the car plus the interest.
Fair enough, that's what I was thinking. Plus my wife will have to actually still work for a UK company for a while, which means she will actually use it to travel back for service, etc
So I will try and insure it and use it to the lease end. After that, in Zurich, I am even thinking of going NO car or going to a Tesla model 3. Let's see
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