I leased a LR AWD Model 3 in May when my commute to work was about 2 miles. I would drive around 10 miles a day on average when you factor in other trips and a couple hundred mile weekend trips once or twice a month. When I leased my Model 3, I didn't expect this to change. Unfortunately/fortunately I had to relocate for work, and my daily commute is now 70ish miles round trip, which even if I used my car strictly to drive to/from work, I would still exceed the allowed mileage by about 14000 miles. I have under 1000 miles left for the year and there's a sinking pit feeling in my stomach about the fee I'm going to have to pay when it's time to turn the lease in. I know I brought this on myself since I didn't have the foresight to see this risk (well, I did, but not 4 months into the lease), but I'm wondering if anyone else has had an experience in mileage overages with Tesla and what my options are to avoid having to pay an exorbitant fine in 2.5 years yet. Please spare the condescending comments as I am already bringing enough of it on myself as it is.