A: The short answer, providing you stick to your contract agreement, is no.
However, we understand in some cases, circumstances change and our use of the car might have changed. If, for example, you exceed the agreed mileage stated in your initial contract agreement, an excess mileage charge will be payable. This is worked out on a 'pence per mile' basis which will be outlined in your agreement.
When returning your vehicle, it'll be assessed within wear and tear guidelines, to review if there's any issues with the vehicle. If any damage falls outside of these guidelines, you may be subject to and penalty charge at the end of your lease.