Lease An Off-Road Vehicle Hassle-Free – With Wear And Tear Insurance!March 19, 2018
Off-road vehicles are great fun on non-paved roads. Whether you like to explore the forest, the desert, or your local dirt roads, there are many new off-road vehicles with the capabilities to get you there and back. Here is a sampling of these rugged and off-road ready vehicles:
- Chevrolet Colorado ZR2
- Ford F-150 Raptor
- Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
- Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk
- Land Rover Discovery Sport
- Land Rover Range Rover
- Lexus GX
- Mercedes-Benz G550
- Ram Power Wagon
- Toyota Land Cruiser
- Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro
- Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro
Leasing one of these great off-road vehicles is a great idea, just as it is with any other vehicle. But you may be thinking: what happens if I take it off-road and something happens? What if there is damage to the body or frame? Will I be responsible?
Wear And Tear Insurance To The Rescue!
Thankfully, the answer can be “No problem!” – when you add Wear And Tear Insurance to your lease. If anything happens out on the trail, you will be covered, up to the limits of the coverage you select. Wear And Tear Insurance typically covers all these items:
- Paint chipping
- Surface dents
- Interior damage to upholstery or carpeting
- Windshield chips
- Worn tires
- Missing parts
Many of these types of damage and wear are much more likely to happen off-road than on it, so having Wear And Tear Insurance is a great way to protect you from excess wear and tear expenses at lease end. Ask your dealer or leasing company about Wear And Tear Insurance on your next off-road vehicle lease. Select the type and amount of coverage that’s right for you and your vehicle usage. Then you can drive with confidence, whether it’s on the road or off of it!