Specialty Vehicle Repair
So, if you discover your car has ice damage, then bring it to Minnetonka Collision Center. Our Minnesota-certified technicians can repair your vehicle's surface no matter how extensive the damage is from an ice incident. To schedule service, contact us today at 763-230-7805.
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When your car is heavily damaged, you may have to decide if it’s worth repairing or if you want to replace it. If your damage is cosmetic, then you may be able to restore the vehicle. Yet even surface damage can be costly to repair if a good portion of the body needs to be replaced.
Paintless dent repair (PDR) is a method we use for removing small dents, scratches, and dings from your car. This technique is especially useful for eliminating hail damage dents from the metal panels of your vehicle. Minnetonka Collision Center specializes in paintless dent repair for cars, trucks, and SUVs. If you have a small dent anywhere on your automobile, bring it to our auto body shop, and we can smooth the surface out in no time.
Ice storms can cause a tremendous amount of damage to your vehicle in several ways. First, it can cause sizable dents in the car upon impact if it falls from the roof or a tree. Second, during the freezing or melting process, ice can produce cracks or dings in the paint. Third, ice crystals can bang up against the car while you’re driving and penetrate the surface. In any case, bring your car to Minnetonka Collision Center for an auto body repair. Our ASE certified mechanics will give your car a thorough inspection and make the necessary repairs to fully restore the body.
At Minnetonka Collision Center, we are dedicated to providing you with superior auto service from ASE certified technicians. Each of our mechanics has gone through extensive training a certification so that they can give exceptional work on every vehicle that comes to our service center. If you don’t know what ASE-certified means or why it’s essential, we provide a brief description below.
At Minnetonka Collision Center, we paint used and damaged cars every single day. Our entire crew of professional know what it takes to match the paint on your car in a seamless manner and with zero flaws. For this reason, we strongly suggest that you bring your car for paint repairs or touch ups instead of doing it yourself. Here’s why:
A storm can cause a lot of damage to your vehicle. Hail can leave dings and dents in the car, high water levels can damage water underneath the carriage of the car, and debris flying around in high winds can chip, crack or break your windows...the list goes on. If your car has been through a storm and you suspect there may be damage or you can see the damage, you may be wondering what steps a collision center, such as Minnetonka Collision in Plymouth, MN, takes to ensure all of the damage is spotted and repaired. Here are the steps that are followed when checking for and repairing car storm damage:
Hail can be damaging to the body of your vehicle. The amount of damage that is caused depends on the size of the hail and how fast it fell onto your car. If your car has dents or dings in it from hail, you will likely want your car repaired. Hail damage can affect the appearance of your car and the value. There are three techniques that are typically used to repair hail damage, depending on the severity of the damage. Here are the three techniques that we use at Minnetonka Collision.
When your vehicle needs to have body work completed, you'll have to find the right shop for the job. Though you might think that all body shops are alike, there are some key factors that you need to consider before entrusting your vehicle to one. Keep the following in mind when doing your research:
If your specialty vehicle is involved in an accident, your mind may be swirling with questions. You want to get the vehicle repaired, but you also need to find a shop with experience making the right repairs to your unique car. Here are a few of the questions you may have about specialty vehicle repairs you may have after you are in an auto accident.