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Choosing a Collision Repair Center

We want to choose carefully a repair shop if we have been in an accident, CarJunky has a good article to read about choosing a good collision repair shop.

Choose A Collision Repair Center Carefully

NAPSI)-After a fender bender, it’s just as smart to steer yourself into the hands of the right auto body collision repair center as it is to check out a contractor’s credentials when you need home repair.

With more than 35,000 auto body repair shops nationwide, choosing a shop can be confusing.

Steve Cox, vice president of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB), says, “Although an insurance company may make some recommendations, drivers ultimately are responsible for selecting an auto body repair shop. Choosing a trustworthy, quality-oriented shop is very important for ensuring the best possible results.”

The CBBB and the National Auto Body Council (NABC) have teamed up to help consumers better manage the collision repair experience, with tips on choosing a trustworthy shop, saving money on a replacement rental car and knowing how to settle any disputes. See more of this article here Choose a collision repair center carefully.

Let’s read an article from Tara Baukus Mello on how to choose an auto body shop.

How to choose the right auto body shop

It’s stressful enough having a car accident, dealing with your auto insurance company and worrying about how to get around. The last thing you need is to get the runaround from the auto body shop tasked with fixing your car. Like any business, auto body shops run the gamut of quality, so save yourself the headache by doing a bit of research before you choose an auto body shop to help ensure that your car repairs are completed correctly, on time and with no hassle.

Repairs from a car accident are likely to cost thousands of dollars, and it’s smart to use an auto body shop that comes highly recommended. If your car insurance is covering the majority of the repair costs, you may be inclined to go with the authorized repair facility closest to you, considering their list of facilities as a recommendation. Not so fast.

Read more about this article: How to choose the right auto body shop

Read more tips how to take care of your car here.


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