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Tips for looking a local auto body repair shop in you area

If you have been in a car accident, you may need extensive repairs on your auto. Even if you don’t need a lot of repairs, you will still need to have your car looked at by a professional to make sure that your car is safe to drive. There are some tips I saw in internet wrote by Jeff Rieger

Choosing an Auto Body Shop that Works for You and Your Insurance

If you’ve been in an accident, it’s important to know that auto body shops have your best interests in mind – and the same goes for doctors. Unfortunately, some body shops and doctors – the ones that tend to favor insurance companies – will routinely downplay claims, minimize auto repair costs, use cheap parts, or even neglect to fully treat ailments. These practices can devalue your vehicle or prevent you from a full recovery following an injury.

To the left is a quick guide to establishing whether a doctor or auto body shop is truly independent, or if they’re really in the back pocket of the insurer. Protect you and your wallet by printing out TSD’s, “How to Sniff Good and Bad Service Providers.”

Read here the full article: Choosing an Auto Body Shop that Works for You and Your Insurance

So this is a good thing that we have a small idea how to choose the right auto body shop, but this isn’t enough we can read another article from Automotive Service Excellence.

Choosing A Shop

Choose an auto body repair shop that demonstrates they will take the time necessary to understand your wants and needs, and provide repair information that you can trust.

When you file an insurance claim, either with your insurance company, or with the insurance company of the other party, you have certain inalienable rights. We recommend you understand and protect these rights. Take a look.

In addition to understanding your rights after an auto accident, it’s important for you to decide who you’ll have repair your vehicle. That’s right, you decide. Oregon law protects your right to choose. It’s your vehicle and it’s your choice. Here are some tips on how to choose a reliable auto body repair expert. Click the link here for the whole article: Choosing a Shop.

Remember too that you often get what you pay for. Don’t choose a shop simply based on price. Instead, choose a shop that is qualified to do the repairs.Do your research first and call at least 3  auto body shops before deciding. Call us for more information about auto insurance and repair.

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