How does your insurance company decide if your vehicle is a total loss after a collision? The auto body repair experts at Minnetonka Collision explain the process.
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Does your vehicle have minor dents and dings? Have you been thinking about repairs, but find cost a deterrent? Fortunately for you, paintless dent repair may be just what you’re looking for. At Minnetonka Collision, we provide PDR services for vehicles that have suffered minor auto body damage. It’s quick, convenient, and can restore your vehicle’s exterior to its former, flawless glory. How do you know if PDR is the right choice for you? We’ve put together a quick guide below.
If you’re a business owner who relies on a group of vehicles to conduct your day-to-day operations, you know just how important a fully functional fleet is. As the (literal) driving force behind your business, your fleet brings in substantial revenue; you can’t afford to lose out on profits because one or more of your vehicles is down. From rental cars to police vehicles, delivery vans to cabs, at Minnetonka Collision, we service them all. Here’s how we’ve earned our reputation for excellence in the Twin Cities area:
In Minnesota, we like to joke that there are only two seasons: winter, and road construction. And since it’s not quite winter, that means we’re deep in the middle of road construction season. While long lines of backed-up traffic can make your daily commute a tedious task, that’s not the only annoyance road construction season brings. Damage to your vehicle’s exterior can make a tedious drive even more frustrating. If you must drive through a construction zone, it’s important to modify your driving habits to protect your ride. Here with a few tips on how to avoid auto body damage in construction zones are the auto body experts at Minnetonka Collision.
So you had a fender bender—no worries, right? It’s just a minor dent that’ll be fixed in a flash, right? Perhaps not. When most people get into a fender bender situation, they assume the only damage incurred is cosmetic—but that isn’t always the case. Even a minor accident can cause small internal issues, that if not taken care of promptly, can snowball into much larger problems.
Your vehicle should be a thing of pride, and this is shown by a perfect exterior surface. This is why it's so annoying when something causes that surface to be dented. Every time you look at your car, your eyes will travel to that dent and it'll irk you to no end. Even worse, you'll automatically imagine that everyone else is only looking at the dent, too—and depending on where the flaw is, that might actually be the case.
Any auto accident is a scary and stressful time. No matter which way you look at it, auto accidents can eat up your valuable time. Car insurance claims can become difficult and muddied, especially if another driver is at fault. Our team at Minnetonka Collision is here to help. Below are some valuable tips and suggestions to help handle insurance claims.
When it comes to having your specialty vehicle repaired, many have the assumption that they can correct the issue on their own. Between saving money and passing time during a slow weekend, the idea doesn't sound too shabby. However, doing this can cost on an insane amount of money down the road. So when it comes to having professional handle specialty vehicle repair, hiring a professional might be necessary. Here's a few of the many reasons as to why one should seek a professional for specialty vehicle repair.
It happens to everybody sooner or later. You walk out to your car and notice there is a dent, scratch, or rust in the paint job. As irritating as this is, you may find yourself asking if it’s worth it to fix the dent. Although much of your decision will depend on the age and condition of your car, there are other factors you should consider. Below, we take a closer look at dents, cuts, and rusts, and why you need to fix them.
If you were recently in an auto collision, you may have spoken with your insurance company auto repairs. Although many dents and scratches can be fixed, the insurance company may declare that a car has is totaled. The insurance company has determined that the car will not be repaired nor will pay for any repairs if a driver attempts to repair the car.