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I agree with you but what happens if he just turns in the Leased vehicle?

I don't really know, but I know you can find someone to take over payments and/or sell the car. Still probably penalties though. But buying an older, reliable car would be humbling for one (new car every 2-3 years with that much debt is ridiculous but people can become convinced they "need" a brand new car), and for two it would be more cost effective in the long run. Maybe someone else has more info on leases if they've turned in a car though.
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