différence entre le cumul des loyers entretien vie totale et le cumul des loyers entretien vie client

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01:54 Sep 11, 2000
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French term or phrase: différence entre le cumul des loyers entretien vie totale et le cumul des loyers entretien vie client
loyer entretien : 85 % de la différence entre le cumul des loyers entretien vie totale et le cumul des loyers entretien vie client étalée sur la durée de relocation
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Explanation:
"Maintenance lease fee: 8.5% of the difference between the cumulative maintenance lease fees for the total lifetime [of the vehicle(s)] and the cumulative maintenance lease fees for the lifetime of the customer lease, spread out over the duration of the lease renewal period…"

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Explanation:
"Maintenance lease fee: 8.5% of the difference between the cumulative maintenance lease fees for the total lifetime [of the vehicle(s)] and the cumulative maintenance lease fees for the lifetime of the customer lease, spread out over the duration of the lease renewal period…"

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Maintenance costs : 85% of the difference between the total cumulative maintenance costs, both lifetime and client-paid, spread out over (or incurred during) the length of the rental period.

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