Any tips on getting excessive wear and tear fees waived on a vehicle lease?

Other answer:

Gina G:
not unless you are going to take out another lease with the same place, they have strict standards of how a vehicle should look when returned. they base the value on that condition so they can sell it and not lose money. if you have excessive wear and tear, the vehicle is worth a lot less and you have to pay for it
Equality 7-2521:
That is really, really hard to do. There are a number of web sites where you can get information on what the inspector looks at and how they assess things like door dings and similar; this would give you a rough idea of what to expect.
Casey Y:
Yup, unless you can negotiate this into the next lease or purchase, not going to happen.
Buy the car at the end of the lease.
Take it to a shop and have it detailed, before you turn it in.
Not going to happen.
Pascal the Gambler:
Ask that they be, which isn't going to happen.

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