Should You Fix The Dent On Your Lease Car?


Should You Fix The Dent On Your Lease Car

If you lease a car, then you will know that it is a great way to save money on motoring.  When the lease comes to an end, there can be a lot of hidden charges. It will be much cheaper to have any damage repaired yourself rather than paying the dealership’s penalty charge.

Should You Fix The Dent On Your Lease Car?

You should keep your leased car in a good condition. There are rules are written into the contract when you signed it. We know that keeping a car in pristine condition is actually harder than it sounds.  The penalty charge for returning a lease car with a scratch or a dent can be painful to your pocket.  However, you can avoid damage charges by keeping your lease car maintained by ensuring that an expert fixes any damage before you return it. You should not wait until the car is inspected, as the company will simply apply the charge straight away without consultation.

How can you help your pocket?

A month or so before your lease ends, get it repaired. The leasing company will not shop around for the best repair price but you can.  They will simply apply a standard, inflated charge, whether or not they actually have the car repaired or not, so it is in your best interest to act!

CPR Liverpool Bodywork repairs

Stop before you pay a damage penalty, and call CPR Liverpool car body repair centre for a lease car repair quote: we are Merseyside’s experts in everything to do with vehicle repairs, and we can usually fix any damage for far less than the leasing company’s penalty charge. Call us today for a quote for lease car body repairs and alloy wheel refurbishment in Liverpool on 0151 909 3450.


To help you with more information – see our blogs:

Save Money Returning Leased Cars

What Happens If Your Leased Car Is Damaged?

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