Return Vehicle Form
When you fill in this form, you take the first step in returning your vehicle to us. We take care of all the heavy lifting - from transport to testing and finally selling. But remember, as a driver or fleet manager, it is your personal responsibility to ensure that this form is submitted when the vehicle is due to be returned.
How to Return Your Car:
You have the option to return your car conveniently at the dealership where you'll be picking up your new vehicle. If your new car is being delivered directly to you, just let us know, and we'll facilitate the return of your existing vehicle.
In cases where you're not acquiring a new car but need to return your current one, you can drop it off at your nearest authorized dealership. However, it’s advisable to confirm with them beforehand as they may not always be equipped to handle returns.
Alternatively, if it's more convenient, you can leave the car at a pre-agreed location, like your workplace parking lot. Simply leave the keys and any related documentation at the reception, and inform us so we can arrange for its collection.
Final Inspection and Vehicle Condition Check:
Post-return, your car will undergo a thorough final inspection conducted by an independent evaluator to assess its condition. Should you wish to be present during this inspection, please contact us at email@example.com for arrangements.
This inspection considers normal wear and tear, accounting for minor imperfections like small marks or scratches. Please note, significant damages could incur additional costs. To prevent charges for any missing items or insurance-covered damages, we recommend adhering to our return guidelines closely.
Addressing Potential Damages:
- Scratches: These are identified as noticeable alterations in the paintwork, deep enough to be felt with a nail and which cannot be remedied by polishing.
- Dents: Any visible changes to the car's bodywork.
- Other Damages: These include issues resulting from aftermarket installations, stone chips, cracked windows, damaged trims or interiors, scuffed rims, etc.
For a worry-free return process, addressing these damages beforehand is highly advisable.