When you’ve got a lease and need to move out, you can usually do it in a few steps: you can buy a new Jeep and get it shipped out, or you can pay a cash deposit and wait for it to come in the mail.

This way, you’re not going to get the truck on the lot for months on end, and the lease isn’t up for renewal.

But there’s one last thing you need to do: rent a new vehicle.

That’s the easiest way to go if you don’t want to pay the deposit or if you want to get a vehicle in early.

But what if you have a lease that’s coming up?

The lease you signed might not be up for a long time, so you can rent a used vehicle from an auto dealer.

But what if the lease you bought was coming up for the first time, and you’re planning to get rid of it before it’s due?

How do you make sure you can make the lease payment?

Here’s how to rent a car and get rid