One of the most common questions we hear from first-time leasers is. What am I liable for when leasing a car? Leasing has a greater advantage over buying in this instance. This is because your liability for a lease car is limited. So what am I liable for when leasing a car? Well, let’s take you through your liabilities as the leasee.
When you have a lease car, taking care of it is one of the most important aspects of leasing. After all, the car isn’t actually yours, so you have to keep it in good condition for when it goes back. However, we know that keeping your car in top condition is actually harder than it sounds. Accidents happen, as do small bumps and taps. But, these can damage your car, and there may be an occasion where you dent your lease car. This might be your fault or it might not be, regardless, you have a dent in your car. Should you get it fixed? In this article, we look at whether you should get that dent fixed, how to avoid damage charges on your lease car and the best way to keep your lease car maintained.
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