The Car and Truck Fleet and Leasing Management Magazine Launches Commercial Auto Leasing

December 4, 2006

CINCINNATI – Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS), an online auto leasing company, has added an online commercial leasing service to its Web site. Small businesses now have access to lease programs for their new and used commercial cars and trucks. Businesses may visit and select the “Commercial and Business Leasing” option. By selecting a vehicle model year and vehicle class, entering any added custom equipment, and the purchase price, a variety of lease programs are instantly displayed for comparison. Commercial lease programs are available for lease terms ranging from 24 to 60 months. To execute a particular lease program, a business owner begins by completing a brief online credit application for fast approval. provides an interactive tool to evaluate leasing options from a number of finance sources. Customers can lock in the lease quote they like and apply for credit online. ACS facilitates leases that customers choose from commercial leasing program benefits include:

  • 100-percent financing on vehicles for commercial use, including up-fitted and custom equipment.
  • Flexible lease terms for both new and used vehicles.
  • No mileage or wear-and-tear restrictions.
  • Same-day credit decisions.

    The vehicles that qualify for this service are those typically used by electricians, construction companies, plumbers, and landscapers. These vehicles include delivery vans, trucks, buses, dump trucks, concrete pumps, box trucks, flat beds, water trucks, and other medium- and large-duty trucks.

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