Operating Expenses

Operating Expenses

Total expenses you will incur while renting out a vehicle, excluding any loan payments.

Examples include: taxes, insurance, management fees, maintenance, capital expenditures and repairs.

 

How Is It Calculated?

Operating Expenses = Expense 1 + Expense 2 + Expense 3 + ...
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