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Lease Inspector Didn't Note a Crack/Chip - Will Leasing Company Charge Me Extra?

kullghuykullghuy Posts: 1
edited July 2016 in Kia
Hi All. Like it says, I just had my car inspected. The lease inspector (AutoVIN) noted a large scratch and cracked front bumper and gave me a $450.00 estimate.

However, there is another crack/chip in the rear bumper that he did not note. I'm not sure if he saw it (and deemed it minimal) or missed it entirely. Can my leasing company suddenly charge me for that too and go over the $450 estimate?

I have proof of the crack existing PRIOR to inspection (auto body shop quote - because I thought I'd have to fix it eventually).

What should I do?

Answers

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,225
    I would do nothing. You are probably in the clear since "some" damages will slide.
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