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Excessive Wear and Tear

It is important to recognize that each leasing contract requires that the vehicle be returned with no more than "normal wear and tear." Many contracts even outline the specifics of what "normal wear and tear" means. Generally speaking, you really just need to take good care of your vehicle throughout the lease and you will be OK. Any dents or scratches should be fixed before you drop off the vehicle in order to avoid paying the premium repair fees that would be assessed by the dealership.

If you have questions about what charges could be incurred at the end of your lease contract, take a look at the section entitled "Lease End Options" for more information.

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