Things You Should Know Before Sending Your Car for Repairs After A Collision

Even if your vehicle has been involved in an awful accident, there are good chances that a professional collision repair center, such as a member of Your Hometown Body Shop, can repair it and prepare it for the road again. It’s important to know a few things about the collision repair process before bringing it into the shop for repairs.

If your car is badly damaged, it is not a good idea to drive it yourself to the repair center. Instead, have it towed!

Your insurance company will want to inspect your damaged car before it is repaired. A reputable auto body shop like the Members of Your Hometown Body Shop can collaborate with insurance companies so that insurance agents can see the car at the repair center before work begins.

Some of the repair estimates you receive may be widely different. There are several factors that can account for the differences in repair costs including the quality of the replacement parts (original or after-market), the amount of time the repair will take, and whether or not all necessary work is included in the price. Your Hometown Body Shop members will give you an accurate figure right from the start, saving you from surprise fees while we work on your vehicle.

The collision repair center you choose should have the tools and equipment necessary to handle your repairs. Additionally, they should have an experienced and certified staff to complete the work. The members of Your Hometown Body Shop have more than 30 years experience in the collision repair industry. Visit our website to see our credentials.

If you are looking for a reputable collision repair service in Standish, Midland, or Richville, Michigan, then Your Hometown Body Shop is your best choice! Our members have the experience, equipment, and staff necessary to effectively repair your vehicle and get you back on the road safely.