As your leased vehicle reaches maturity you may want to begin preparing for the end of
lease inspection report. If you have reason to be concerned with the outcome of your vehicle
inspection report, don’t fret! Part of Comfort Auto’s commitment to customer service excellence
is helping you prepare for this process.
e purpose of the vehicle inspection is to assess the condition of your vehicle and hold
the lessee liable for any damages that exceed what the lessor deems as normal wear and use for
the duration of your vehicles lease – short term leases will be expected to be in better condition
than longer term leases. While you are not required to have your vehicle serviced by the
manufacturer’s dealerships, Comfort Auto advises that you do however, document any services
your vehicle has undergone by a service professional throughout the life of your lease.
Many lease contracts allow the customer to obtain their own lease inspection in
addition to the Lessor’s report in order to arbitrate the charges found by the inspector (which
may be a third party inspection company outsourced by your leasing company). Often times
the manufacturer will oﬀer the lessee an opportunity to repair the stated damages or accept the
lowest estimate for repair by an auto service professional. Beware! It is not uncommon for the
inspectors to erroneously charge for damages that should fall under normal wear and use.
Comfort Auto urges you to take advantage of our complimentary re-inspection, designed to
help reduce your end of lease bill. Just another way we like to say “ank You” for leasing with