Millions of people in the United States lease their vehicle from the car dealership. When the time comes to return a leased vehicle, many will focus their efforts on detailing and cleaning the car inside and out. What most people don't realize is that car dealerships inspect rims and wheels just as closely as the interior of the car. "Excessive damage" is any damage the dealership feels was sustained outside of normal use. To have this damage fixed through the dealership is usually very expensive.
To avoid the extra fees one usually incurs when turning in a leased vehicle due to bent wheels, curb damage, rim bends, rim cracks, rim chips, wheel scrapes, wheel scuffs, wheel pothole damage and any other damage. At WHEEL FIX IT our refinishing experts inspect your wheels and refinish or repair all damage for the lowest price available. We ensure that when your lease has is up your vehicle's wheels will look as if they never left the dealership's lot. WHEEL FIX IT makes it possible to bring your car, truck or bike wheels back to near original condition. We provide OEM quality refinishing to rims that have been damaged.
WHEEL FIX IT is able to provide quality wheel repair that would otherwise be unable to be used. If your rim has flange damage, corrosion, or curb abrasions we are able to restore your rim to near factory conditions or offer you a selection or refinished rims. Our goal is to provide the best refinishing service at the lowest cost possible.
I recommend you come see us before you turn in your car lease. Let us repair your damaged wheels and rims to near-new condition.
Lease Returns and Rim Damage
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