Don’t let anyone confuse you the law is very clear, it’s your choice when choosing an auto body shop. When looking for a reputable auto body shop here are a few suggestions you may want to consider.
According to an article at allstate.com, “How to Choose an Auto Body Shop“
“If you’re looking for a repair shop or body shop on your own, start by asking your friends if they have any recommendations. Word of mouth can be a great way to find a trustworthy facility.
Be sure you check with people who own the same type of car as you – if you drive an American sedan, for instance, it won’t be too helpful to find a mechanic who specializes in Japanese minivans.
When you find a potential body shop or repair shop, take a look around and ask yourself a few questions:
Does this shop look organized? Repair work demands meticulous attention, so a mechanic with a disorganized shop might not be as thorough as you’d like.
Are there certifications on the mechanic’s walls? Several associations offer classes to keep mechanics up on the latest technology and make sure they keep their skills honed. The associations include the American Automobile Association (AAA), the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR), the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), and the Automotive Service Association (ASA).
Does the shop offer a written guarantee? Also, check whether the warranty covers parts and labor – you should get both.”
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