Ice and snow have the potential to cause thousands of dollars of damage to your vehicle. If your car is suffering from extensive damage, bring it to Minnetonka Collision for an estimate and repairs. The sooner we repair the damage, the less the repair will cost.
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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.
If your car was damaged in a hailstorm, your best option is to take it to an auto body shop as soon as possible. A certified technician can inspect your car and make the necessary repairs. If you wait to fix the car, the damage will progressively get worse.
When you own a vehicle, incidental damage is nearly unavoidable. Unless you keep it safely tucked away in your garage, you’re sure to notice scratches, dents, and dings eventually. What you may not have noticed, however, is where those damages originated. Just about everywhere you drive, your vehicle is at risk for damage, both large and small. But did you know that everyday things like rain, sun, and dirt can damage your car’s exterior? At Minnetonka Collision, we know how important it is that you keep your vehicle in top condition. That's why we provide comprehensive, high-quality repairs, both big and small.
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.
Winter is just around the corner here in Minneapolis. That means snow and ice can threaten your car throughout the season. If you discover your car has ice damage, then bring it to Minnetonka Collision Center. Our Minnesota certified technicians can fix your vehicle's outer surface no matter how extensive the damage is from an ice incident.
Hailstorms can cause some significant damage to your vehicle in a very short period. When it happens, it can catch you off-guard. So what do you do after your car has been pelted by hail? Here is our step-by-step guide to help you.
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.