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Frequently Asked Questions
BEFORE YOUR RETURN
- Examine possible excessive wear and use on your vehicle and make any necessary repairs.
- Ensure all contracted payments and miscellaneous fees are paid to the bank/leasing company.
- Call your local DMV to find out if your state requires license plates to be returned at lease-end.
DURING YOUR INSPECTION AND RETURN
Bring the following to your inspection and lease-return appointments:
- Toolkit and spare tire, if applicable.
- All sets of keys (masters/remotes/valet), if applicable.
- Owner’s Manuals.
- Any original equipment on your vehicle at lease inception (radio, headrests, 3rd row seat, tonneau/cargo cover, etc.).
- Ask the dealer to record the mileage, and don’t forget to sign the Odometer Disclosure Statement and ask for a copy.
No matter where you leased your vehicle, we’re here to make the lease-end simple and here’s what you’ll need to know after you’ve returned your vehicle.
Make sure you:
- Have paid all contracted payments and miscellaneous fees due to the bank/leasing company. This does not include excessive wear and use charges, over mileage or disposition fees, these will be billed to you soon, if applicable.
- Returned all original equipment such as all sets of keys, floor mats, headrests, tonneau covers, etc. with your vehicle. If items are missing at the time you return, your Lease End Invoice may reflect charges for those items.
- Retain a copy of the completed odometer statement for your records. Immediately cancel any electronic payments that you may have set-up.
If you did not complete an inspection prior to returning your vehicle, one will be completed within a few days by a third party inspection company.
- If you did complete an inspection prior to returning and have repaired damages or returned missing equipment, request a second inspection with the Dealer or bank right away. Failure to do so will include original condition report charges on Lease End Invoice.
The dealership is not responsible for providing estimates on vehicle condition or potential excess wear and use charges, these will come from the bank or leasing entity.
Termination and Fees:
- If you returned your lease prior to your maturity date, any applicable charges may depend on how early you returned your vehicle.
- The bank or leasing entity will send you a Lease End Satisfaction letter or Lease End Invoice.
- Lease End Invoice will include any unpaid payments, late fees, miscellaneous charges or excessive wear and use charges, which may be taxable.
- If you purchased Excess Wear & Use Protection Program at lease inception the leasing company will automatically file the claim and update Lease End Invoice once the claim or credit is paid.
- A disposition fee, meant for reconditioning and disposal of the vehicle may be charged as part of your lease agreement.
- If a security deposit was collected at lease inception, it will be returned to your home address, regular mail, via check. It will first be used to cover any Lease End Invoice charges (if applicable).