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Can I make repairs to my leased vehicle so I don’t incur wear and use charges?

Of course. In fact, we encourage you to schedule a complimentary inspection and to review the Wear and Use Guidelines to see whether your vehicle has wear and use that is considered excessive.

If repair work is needed and you'd like to make repairs prior to turning in the vehicle, your local Lexus dealer is a great option to assist you. Be sure to keep all of your receipts for repairs made and review your insurance policy to see if any items may be covered.

If your damages exceeding normal wear and use aren't repaired, it can result in charges at lease termination.1 All charges may be subject to sales tax.

 

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  1. If repairs are made to your vehicle, you or the dealer may request an inspection upon turn-in. Under certain circumstances, Lexus Financial Services does not charge its lease customers for excess wear and use damage. See your lease agreement for additional information.