For your convenience, Orbit Leasing offers a number of payment method options. Payments may be made by using One time ACH, Money Order, Credit/Debit Card, MoneyGram Express, online or using a mobile device, or by authorizing automatic payment withdrawal from a checking or savings account. Click here to see the ACH Agreement Form. For your protection, Orbit Leasing does not accept cash payments. Click here to see more information on different ways to pay. Regardless of payment method, each monthly payment is due in full on or before the payment due date; there is no grace period. If, for any reason, you are unable to fulfill this requirement of your lease, you must contact Orbit Leasing prior to your payment due date at 800-734-0170. Orbit Leasing provides payment coupons you can find on our site by clicking here. You can fill out your coupon with your information including name, lease number, current address, and payment amount. Please send the coupon with your payment when paying by check or money order to ensure your account is credited properly.
You are required to assume the responsibility and cost associated with the annual re-registration and re-licensing of your vehicle. Prior to your annual license plate and registration renewal date you will receive, from the State of Michigan, information regarding how to re-register and re-license your leased vehicle. Please renew your plates promptly.
Your lease contract allows 20,000 miles per year. If the allowable mileage limit is exceeded an excess mileage charge may be assessed at the end of the lease term.
Your lease allows for normal wear and tear; however, you are responsible for excess wear and tear to the vehicle. Normal wear and use includes such things as minor dings, dents, small scratches, small chips in the paint finish, and reduced tread on tires. Some examples of excess wear and use include broken or missing parts; dented or damaged body panels or trim; cuts, tears, burns or permanent stains of the interior fabric; cracked or broken glass; alterations that detract from the vehicle’s worth; and mechanical and electrical malfunctions.