If the end of your vehicle lease is near, now is the time to make any damage is repaired properly at your local body shop.

Leasing a vehicle can be a convenient way to get the car you want with a monthly payment that you can afford. However, since a lease doesn't grant you full ownership, there are some limitations to keep in mind. One of the most important restrictions is the limit on excess damage. The dealership expects to get the vehicle back with no more than normal wear and tear.

To verify quality condition, lease agreements require an inspection at the end of the term. During this inspection, excess wear like dented body panels, scraped paint, or cracked windows will be noted. This kind of damage can result in costly fees.

The best way to avoid these fees is to get damage repaired before the lease-end inspection. Preventative repairs can often be cheaper than potential fees.

Your first step is to schedule an inspection and estimate appointment with your local Suburban Collision Centers location. This process identifies damage that may trigger fees during your lease-end inspection.

Once we have identified the damage, our team of auto body repair experts will get to work. From glass replacement to dent removal and paint correction, we can handle a wide variety of repairs so that your car is ready to turn in.

After the repairs are completed, you can take on the lease-end inspection process with confidence. If you have questions about lease-end repairs, contact any of the Suburban Collision Centers locations throughout the area. We're more than happy to provide information and advice regarding lease-end inspections and repairs.

Categories: Body Shop, Service