Paintless Dent Removal for A Leased Car
When leasing a car, the lessee must be able to take care of that car, and that includes keeping it looking as good as new so that at the end of the term the lessee does not have to pay extra. The problem is that car accidents can make a car appear old and worn and there is never any special protection against being in an accident - that is why they are called accidents in the first place. They are sometimes simply unavoidable. Whether you are leasing your car or you outright own it, a car accident can mean dents, and dents can mean spending a lot of money fixing them. Well it used to mean that, but it is no longer true.
These days when the lease term ends, and you bring the car back, whether you lease it again or not, the dealer will inspect the car to make sure you did not damage it more than it already was when you began the lease term. Additionally, the dealer will make a note of anything that was originally there as well, whether you can see it or not - they can as they have an eye for it and are trained to see even the tiniest dings and dents.
If the car is worn more than what the normal wear and tear would be, you will be charged for the excessive use of the car, which is then added to the final lease payment. In many cases, these damage amounts are outrageous and you would have paid less had you taken the car to a professional to have it fixed - even if a dent or other blemish was not your fault.
In many cases, paintless dent removal is an option to fix many of these problems, but how are you supposed to know if it is an option for your car? It all depends on what is wrong with the body, and there is a way to tell before you bring it back to the dealer. A lease inspection service can determine the extent of any damage, whether you were in an accident or not. Because this type of service uses the same inspection techniques the lease dealership does, it can tell you whether you would be charged for any wear and tear on the car or not. If you would be, then they can tell you exactly which dents and blemishes would benefit from paintless dent removal.
Paintless dent removal is a low cost way to remove dents that can benefit many car lessees. Not only can this process remove dents, but it can leave the car looking as good as it did on the day you leased it, meaning you will not have to pay those outrageous fees. Using special stainless steel tools, from the inside of the car body, you can remove the dents and other blemished yourself, or you can pay someone to do it for you. Massaging the dents from the inside leaves them so clean and like new that without a trained eye looking at it, one could never tell there was something wrong, and because this process doesn't use any type materials, the cost is kept to a minimum. This means not only are you happy with the repairs, but the leasing dealer will not charge you for the damages and everyone wins.
Eric Mello [http://www.dentechplus.com] and his hand picked professional team has been restoring cars to look like new for nearly 6 years. Dentech is the largest paintless dent removal company in the New England area.
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