Car body Repairs and Servicing
If your car has been damaged as a result of an accident you will need to send it to a garage for repair. Depending on the company and the car insurance policy cover you took out, your insurer will send your car to a repairer approved by the insurer. Their are distinct advantages of using a Manufacturer Approved Body Repairer, particularly:

1. An approved repairer will use their knowledge and systems to efficiently prepare a detailed repair estimate. Liaising with the appointed Insurance Assessor to ensure the repair is completed in the best interest and integrity of your car.

2. Helping you to deal with your Insurance Company (or that of the at-fault third party) explaining any unfamiliar terminology. Offering to advise you on the services of an Uninsured Loss Recovery Company, for any personal items lost or damaged in the accident.

3. Your car will be repaired to the original manufacturer’s standard using specified equipment and approved paints and materials. All work will be certified with a Guarantee of Repair that protects the Manufacturer’s Warranty as well as the car’s resale value.

In the UK there are a number of well respected organisation’s who can provide both private motorists and company car drivers with a wide range of car body repair and servicing services, backed with high quality workmanship a friendly and efficient service and at a price that represents value-for-money. Below is an example of the type of services available to help keep your vehicle road worthy and in tip top condition:

Professional Car Body Repair: All aspects of car body repair from panel beating to respraying. Body repairs for cars, light commercial vehicles, classic and exotic cars.
Car Servicing: Regular car servicing can extend the life of a vehicle.
Brakes: From pads to shoes, from cylinders to ABS.
Car MOT Testing: All cars 3 years old and over require a valid UK MOT Certificate to keep the car legal and on the road.
Used Car Warranty Holders: Approved repair agents for used car warranty schemes.
Clutches: Regular checks of the clutch can prevent problems such as slip, drag or judder.
Air Conditioning: A/C has been rapidly standardised over the last 10 years.
Cambelts: Replacement at recommended times are essential to reduce risk of serious engine damage.
Suspension: On the suspension system there are many moving parts, which need to be regularly checked to ensure the safety of your car.
Exhausts & Catalytic Converters: Leading garages can supply and fit a new exhaust to your car quickly and easily.
Steering: The steering system on every car is very important and requires regular maintenance to keep it at an optimum standard.
Company Car Drivers (Fleet): Approved service & repair agents for most of the UK’s largest Fleet and Leasing Companies.