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Fixing Your Car When Your Lease Is Over

Unfortunately, when their car leases expire, many people face huge bills due to a lot of scratches and other minor damage. But it doesn’t have to be that way, according to Aaron Baird, who owns West Coast Recon, a mobile automotive reconditioning company based in southern California.

Leasing cars is popular here in southern California. It means that you don’t own the car, but you are given an allotment of miles to drive up to every year by making a payment monthly. Usually, you are given around 10,000 to 12,000 miles a year, and your lease term is often three years.



How To Save Money On Leased Car Damage
At the end of your lease, you are responsible for any major or excessive damage on the exterior of the car, which is described in the contract. However, paying to get your car reconditioned is a good idea, and your insurance rates will not go up either. We can fix all the little scratches and dings on your car so you won't get penalized when you turn it in.

I would say that in most cases, the price of a regular body shop is more expensive than that of my business. For example, you have to pay a body shop 0 or more to repair a bumper, but we can do that for 0 or 0. We can save you about 40% to 50% of the penalty you will be charged to get the scratches fixed.

How To Save Time On Leased Car Damage
When you turn in your car, the people who inspect it work for the bank. They work to protect the bank's investment by going over the car with a "magnifying glass" to find every little bit of damage they can. You have no say in this at all, and either you pay them the amount they charge you or you get the damage fixed.

That's where West Coast Recon comes in. We can fix all of the damage that they want to charge you several hundred dollars for. And we can come to you and do the work, which will save you time and money. If you haven't had your car inspected yet, it is even more important for you to call us. Let us make your car as new as the day you leased it and they won't find any damage to penalize you for.

Aaron Baird is a writer for Yodle, a business directory and online advertising company. Find an auto body shop or more auto body shop articles at Yodle Consumer Guide. By: figowang Article Directory : http://www.articledashboard.com www.yodle.com