When it comes to choosing a collision and refinishing centre, it’s your car, and it’s your choice. At North’s Autobody Collision Centre, we believe our customers have the right to be informed, and that the best decisions are made based on facts. Learn more about making this choice below, and then contact us to get started.
Choosing a Collision and Refinish Centre
As the owner of a motor vehicle damaged in an accident, you have the right to choose the shop where you wish to have your vehicle repaired.
Do I Need More Than One Estimate?
No. Do not waste your time or that of several shops getting estimates. Select a repair facility that you feel comfortable with, then notify your agent or insurance company, or ask the shop to make the call on your behalf. Your appraiser may have to inspect the damage. This can be done at the shop of your choice.
Notify Your Insurance Company
Before authorizing any repairs, notify your insurance company or agent, and tell them where the damaged vehicle can be inspected.
Is the Work Guaranteed?
Most collision and repair centres guarantee their collision work to some degree. Ask to see a copy of the shop's guarantee and have any information you do not understand clarified.
Know Your Shop
Make sure the shop you choose:
Inspect the Repairs
After your car has been worked on, make sure you:
If you are not satisfied, mention your concerns right away. As the owner of a motor vehicle damaged in an accident, you have the right to choose the shop where you wish to have your vehicle repaired. This is the law.
Collision is Stressful; Choosing a Repair Facility Doesn’t Have to Be
It can be confusing for a person to locate a quality collision repair facility after an auto accident. Here are a few things that will help you make an informed decision:
I-Car® Gold Class Professionals have the specialized training to enable them to properly inspect and repair your vehicle after a collision. They are trained to detect hidden damage to your vehicle and help your vehicle look and drive as well as it did before the collision.