Need a Car? Consider Using the Fair App In 2022

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Kristin Snyder

Kristin Snyder is an editorial intern for dot.la. She previously interned with Tiger Oak Media and led the arts section for UCLA’s Daily Bruin.

May 03 2022

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How Much Does Fair App Cost?

Every car on Fair App has a “start payment” fee.

This is an upfront fee that you have to pay before you can access the car and drive it off the lot.

The start payment fee varies depending on the type of car you choose.

This upfront fee ranges from as little as $500 to as high as several thousand dollars, depending on the car make, model, year, and mileage.

In addition to the start payment fee, you’ll also have to pay a monthly fee.

The start payment fee, however, ensures that you’ll have the lowest monthly rates possible for the duration of your lease.

Should you decide that you don’t like and don’t want to keep driving your leased vehicle, you have up to 3 days or 100 miles to get your start payment fee back.

Once you’re beyond three days or 100 miles (whichever comes first), the start payment fee becomes non-refundable, and you can never get that back.

Keep that in mind – especially if you lease a car that you’ve never actually driven before.

Every car handles differently.

So if you’re not satisfied with your lease, make sure you return it right away before the “No Risk Return” policy runs out.

Another thing to keep in mind is that you can’t just lease and return cars every other day to keep getting your start payment back.

Fair allows only one full refund of a start payment every 12 months.

Whether you return your vehicle within three days or lease it for three years, you’ll need to pay a new start payment fee for every new vehicle that you lease.

Use the Fair App and Start Earning Money as a Rideshare Driver

The Fair App exists to change the car-buying experience.

Users can make monthly payments to a vehicle without being locked into term lengths.

The only real downside is that you will never own the vehicle.

But, you have the flexibility to change cars at any time and continually keep a newer car in rotation.

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