Leasing your vehicle can be advantageous. For example, every few years, you get to drive a brand-new car with all the latest upgrades. But that also means that at trade-in time your leased vehicle will be inspected for excessive wear and tear, and if it doesn’t pass the test, you’ll get hit with return charges.
Normal wear and tear like small door dings and scratches won’t trigger a fee, but scratches over two inches and problems due to neglect, poor maintenance or abuse will.
Know What to Expect
But you can take the guesswork out of whether you’ll get hit with fees with a free lease inspection from Tint World®. Our experts will give your car a thorough review and bring to your attention anything that might trigger return charges when you take your vehicle back to the dealership.
Points we’ll check include:
- Interior and Exterior
- Front and Rear Windshield
- Lights, Turn Signals, and Lamps
- Tires and Wheels
- Frame Structure
- Mechanical, Electrical
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Missing Equipment or Broken Parts
- Modifications or Customizations
Fix it for Less
Lease return charges can be as high as $2,000. If a problem with your leased vehicle might trigger a charge, Tint World® will offer an estimate for the repair that could save you money, as compared to the cost of repair done by the dealership.
Tint World Tip®: When you drop your leased vehicle off, be sure to take time-stamped photos, as it could sit on the lot for weeks or months before the inspection. You don’t want to be responsible for damage you didn’t cause.
You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain by getting your leased vehicle inspected for free at Tint World® before trade-in time arrives. To schedule this service, and protect your wallet, contact your local Tint World® today!