It’s time to think of lease car repairs in Rivington when your contract’s coming to an end. Glass Finish offers efficient, affordable and top-quality repair services that have your vehicle looking as good as new. We provide body and bumper repairs, painting and dent repair, stone chip repair, minor or heavy damage, fixing scratches and scrapes, replacement of accessories and cleaning the interiors. As a local garage with many decades’ experience, we have strong ties in the communities we serve. What sets us apart from others is our commitment to quality, affordable pricing and our 100% focus on customer relationships. No matter how big or small your requirement, we’re glad to be of assistance.
Most leasing companies impose heavy charges for damage, even for minor repairs. In Rivington, lease car repairs can be undertaken before the leasing company comes for inspections. Generally, this inspection takes place about 90 days before the end of lease term and the company officials usually make an appointment for this beforehand. It’s important to take stock of the situation at least two months before your lease ends. You also need to take a look at your contract and read it thoroughly once again if you’ve had the vehicle for a long time. There may be items like end of lease value, true value, or residual value that need to be kept in mind. As you already know, the leasing company charges you for any damage to the vehicle that it classifies as over and above the normal wear and tear. This allows them to keep the vehicle in good condition, ready for the next lease term.
Lease car repairs in Rivington can be undertaken by Glass Finish at a fraction of the cost. For affordable lease car repairs, contact Glass Finish. From our experience, we know that inspections usually fall into three or four categories. These are dents, scratches and scrapes on exterior body, bumper, wheels, damage on the windshield and windows, excess wear and tear on tyres, stained or torn upholstery. Inspectors measure the size and depth of scratches and dents and estimate the costs of repair in the report they submit to the company.