The person that leased the car should read the leasing agreement to clarify the type of damage they will be charged for and inspect the vehicle prior to the lease turn-in. All personal items should be removed from the vehicle, and, dents, scratches, bad scuffs, punctures and other blemishes should be repaired. Any items that were in the vehicle at the time the lessee took possession, such as the manual, both key fobs, floor mats and navigation systems, should be returned with the vehicle. Reset any internal electronic data information, such as any destinations saved in the navigation system or linked garage door openers. Furthermore, tires should have at a minimum 1/8 inch of tread and the engine should be inspected for mechanical defects. A professional detailing with Dent Patrol will ensure the car is clean and will often reduce or even eliminate surface scratches. Dent Patrol can handle most exterior aspects of lease turn-in repairs plus interior detailing, and we can do it faster than any dealer or traditional autobody shop, all while saving you money. Call and find out more about our lease-turn-in service in Michigan.