Protect Yourself From Lease-End Charges With WearCare®

When you reach the end of your lease, you want everything to go smoothly. That's why purchasing WearCare® at the beginning of your lease is an intelligent choice. It provides up to $4,000 in protection against any charges for Excess Wear and Tear for Ford vehicles, making the transition into your new Ford a very smooth process.

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Because even small cracks and chips can compromise safety, all glass damage is chargeable.


Minor scratches and scuffs are considered normal wear and tear. Cracked or broken lenses, however, are chargeable.

Exterior Body

Four or more dents per panel (regardless of size) or any that are larger than 85.7mm × 57.2mm (3 3/8" × 2 1/4") are chargeable.


Tread depth less than 3.2mm (1/8 inch) except the outer grooves, is chargeable.


Mismatched, bent, cracked or broken wheels, wheel covers or trim rings are chargeable.

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Interior Burn Holes

Burn holes greater than 3.2mm (1/8 inch) are chargeable.

Interior Permanent Stains

Stains greater than 12.7mm (1/2 inch) that cannot be removed are chargeable.

Interior Cuts and Tears

Cuts and tears greater than 12.7mm (1/2 inch).

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What Is Considered Excess Wear and Tear?

WearCare® waives chargeable damage with the following conditions:

If your vehicle has been driven for more than an average of 40,000 kilometres per year, we will waive half of your responsibility for excess wear and tear charges at scheduled lease-end, up to a maximum of $2,000 for Ford vehicles.

Ask your Ford Dealer about the many advantages and benefits of WearCare® when leasing your next vehicle.


Other exclusions may apply. Current customers can refer to their WearCare Addendum for details. Ford Credit reserves the right to change specifications, features and programs without notice and without incurring obligation.