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Miscellaneous | Chase Auto | Chase






FAQs

Miscellaneous

What if I have questions about products and services I purchased with my car loan/lease?

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You should have received documentation about the products and services you purchased from your auto dealer. These documents can answer many of your questions about terms and conditions, coverage, cancellation provisions, how to file a claim and how to contact your service provider. If you need copies of these documents, please contact your dealer directly. Please contact the service provider listed in your documents or your auto dealer for more information about the products and services you purchased from them.

 

See Chase Driver's Seat for additional information regarding aftermarket products.

Can I take the vehicle out of the continental U.S. or the country?

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Only if you have our written permission. While not required by us, you may also need written permission to take the vehicle out of the continental U.S. To request permission, call Customer Service at 1-800-336-6675 (We accept Operator Relay calls).

 

Note: Please contact us at least two weeks prior to your scheduled departure date.

How are tickets, tolls, citations, penalties and fees handled on my lease account?

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When you lease a vehicle, Chase is listed as the owner, but you're responsible for any tickets, citations, tolls, parking violations, penalties, fees, and fines. If we receive notice of any of these we'll send you a letter to let you know that we've paid it or a letter that you should send the payment directly to the agency or municipality. You should contact the agency or municipality if you want a copy of the notice or citation.

 

Timely payment of these items may help you avoid additional penalties or problems with your vehicle registration.