Heavy duty trailer leasing in Canada

TRAILER LEASING

With a heavy duty trailer lease from Maxim Truck & Trailer, you can focus on your core business while we take care of your transportation equipment. Our tailor made lease options are customizable, cost predictable, and affordable. Talk to a lease specialist today to learn about switching from owning to leasing.

We have van trailers for dry long-hauls, reefer trailers for cold storage, deck trailers for large cargo, gravel trailers for construction applciations, grain trailers, and more!

TOP FIVE REASONS TO LEASE INSTEAD OF PURCHASE

  1. Lease payments can be a tax write-off. Currently, for your business, you can write off most, if not all, of your lease payments as a business expense, as opposed to only claiming the amortization on your owned asset.
  2. Leases do not require a down payment. When you lease, the only money required at time of signing is often first and last months’ payment. This leaves tens of thousands of dollars in your bank account, liquid, to put towards other important facets of your business. It also makes it easier to get an approval, if you do not have the money for a down payment.
  3. Service costs can be rolled into your lease. Unless your business is equipped to do every kind of service on your trucks and trailers, you’ll inevitably have to bring it in to a dealer at some point. Rather than incurring expensive service bills throughout the vehicle’s life, you can pay for service as you make your monthly payments, so you have one predictable cost to worry about.
  4. As your needs change, so can your leases. When you purchase a trailer, you are signing on to an ownership commitment. Depending on your usage and replacement time frame, you’ll likely have to trade in that trailer eventually. Instead of going through the hassle of selling privately, or using the value of the trailer as a trade-in, a lease allows you to drop off the keys commitment- free and sign up for a new trailer.
  5. Leases let you get more truck for your buck. During a lease, your payments are smaller than an equivalent-length financing contract would be. Because of this, you can afford to get a trailer with more features and upgrades. And, since at the end of the lease you return the trailer, you will be able to upgrade more frequently.