Turn in your leased car at home
Auto blog has good advice. We had never leased before and were completely noobs. Lessons are
The lease Company has a contractor who inspects your car. Meet them in person preferably at home. So u can see the report. If u have damage it can costs thousands.
Yes the tires can't be bald, the windows chipped or the bumpers dinged. They will charge you.
Keep all the junk like keys and stuff that cane with the car. Also have the maintenance records and video your car like a rental. (It is after all).
Wear and tear is in the eye of the beholder but less than a credit card stain should be ok. We out plastic mats down on everything.