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First, let me thank all of you for being a part of this community!

Now, some advice, please!

My wife and I have a leased 99 Grand Voyager whose lease is up in April. We have received a pre-turn in inspection notice. The van has a smallish dent and scrape on one side of it. Should we have it cleaned up before the inspection, or gamble that it will fall under normal wear and tear?

BTW, we will not be leasing again.
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