So, your leased car is damaged. Most lease contracts include coverage for approved, predictable maintenance, but usually won’t cover damage from accidents (like, say, a mailbox that appeared out of thin air). If you’d rather avoid disclosing the damage, or just like to work on your own cars, you might be wondering – can I repair a leased vehicle myself?
We’ve all been there – not sure where to start and feeling overwhelmed. (Car leasing can do that to you.)
“Buying or leasing or acquiring a car isn't difficult, but the dealerships have made it a long, drawn-out, anxious process. It doesn’t need to be that way. Consumers can educate themselves online to find exactly what they want. And once they know what they want, the actual purchase should be as easy as walking into a store and buying something right off the shelf.” – Brandon Williams, Lease End CEO