Finance your V-move and/or Bin Butler, if you want to own the equipment when received, and pay for it over time. Some states/provinces and federal governments will offer incentives such as the US Section 179, Canadian accelerated CCA, and BC PST tax credit.
Record your purchase of a V-move and/or Bin Butler on your books as a capital purchase and possibly take advantage of some government tax incentives, if available. Also, have the flexibility of a pre-determined lump-sum payment at the end of your lease, which is called a bargain purchase option.
You don’t own the equipment during the lease and have the option to purchase the asset at the end of the lease for fair-market value (FMV). This keeps you compliant with not having to record the purchase as capital and the lease payments are deductible as operating costs. Keep in mind that most leasing companies setup the residual to be 10%, which is not enough as FMV to satisfy it as an operating lease.