What is Fair, Wear and Tear?

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Fair, Wear and Tear is a term used when inspecting your vehicle at the end of the contract, it takes into account normal usage of a vehicle which could cause deterioration to a vehicle.

It is important to understand that this does not cover damage which occurs as a result of a specific event, or series of events such as accident, impact, harsh treatment or drive negligence.

Short-Term Vehicles

All of our short-term contracts including subscription, flexible leases and short-term leases are not covered by the BVRLA’s Fair, Wear and Tear policy. There is a set return standards which is clearly displayed on our website, forms part of the contracts and where possible sent out as a booklet in the post or via email.

It is important to read this return standards information to prevent any out-of-scope charges at the end of your short-term arrangement.

We do comply with the BVRLA’s Code of Conduct as part of our short-term process, so our customers feel safe in the knowledge that our company has followed the correct procedures.

Long-Term Vehicles

As a contract hire & leasing broker, the majority of the leasing companies we facilitate your car or van lease through, will adhere to the BVRLA’s Fair, Wear and Tear policy.

More information on this can be found on the highlighted link.

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