The truck doesn't know how it's being paid for. Leasing vs. "Regular" financing are to sides of the same coin if you're are planning on keeping the truck. In the end you need to make sure you READ the contract and UNDERSTAND what you're getting into.
For those of you saying you're NOT an OO if you lease is just not accurate. I've seen "regular" financing contracts as bad or worse than leases.
You don't have to lease from the "Fleet" program. You can lease from a regular bank, or you can "regular" (Installment) finance, you're still making payments AND you still don't "OWN" the truck until ALL payments are made no matter how you finance. [Great credit matters.]
Make sure your lease is closed-end, you know the cap cost and cap reduction, any other fees applied and especially the money factor (aka rate). In the end, as the old saying goes, "Beggers can't be choosers." Work the deal that makes the most sense for you. Good luck and stay safe.
I just made a video with Super Ego and showed my paycheck stubs to show the truth. Purchase program, 3000 dollars first seven days on the road. This week I am on track to make 5000 dollars. If that is not enough with a brand new truck I don't know what is. Here is the video: