“Here’s the deal – if I didn’t cause this damage myself, maybe I’d be more eager to call the insurance company and deal with them,” Annie said. “But for such a minor dent, I’d rather pay out of pocket. In the long run it’ll be cheaper. Of course I don’t want to pay a fortune now!”
Auto Body Repairs on a Budget
As an auto body repair shop in Southeastern MA, we absolutely understand that there are times when the car owner will be paying out of pocket to have their vehicle fixed. That’s why we offer our express repair service.
Our Express Repair service is unique in that it offers Good, Better, Best options. At the Good level – which is the most affordable – the car is repaired to be functional and safe. Minor cosmetic repair work is done, but you’ll still be able to see the car’s had some damage and needs paint work done. The Better level is the next step up, where cosmetic issues are addressed in a cost-effective measure. The Best level is the most expensive. At this level, we do what it takes to restore your car to pristine, pre-accident condition.
Avoid Penalties on Damaged Leased Vehicles
If it’s time to turn in your leased car and you’re worried about the financial penalties for scratches, dings or minor dents, talk to us about our Express Repair Service. We’ll provide you with a free estimate of what it will take to get your car up to dealership standards. This can be a smart way to save money and keep your relationship with the car dealership stress-free.
What’s the Difference Between a Minor Ding and a Major Dent
Dings and dents sound like interchangeable terms for the same thing, but in fact there is a difference. The issue is one of size and severity. Dings are generally under half an inch and don’t damage the paint. Dents are larger, and can include paint damage.