Hello Someone bumped into my rear bumper causing a small scratch, literally smaller than a dime. I am curious if when turning in my car at the end of the lease Tesla will give me a hard time? In my lease agreement there is of course the provision that I am responsible for the cost of "repairing wear beyond that reasonably expected with ordinary, everyday use and maintenance according to this lease.... it includes... dents, scratches, gouges or cracks in the vehicles external parts.." Are small bumper scratches considered wear beyond that reasonably expected with ordinary, everyday use? Especially for a city driver. It's a 3 year lease, I cant imagine less than 95 percent of leased vehicles coming back with small bumper damage or scratches? It's a very broad lease clause, and seems very subjective.. anyone have any experience with this?