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We aren't perfect, and sometimes fender bender accidents happen. We can bump into another car or object and cause slight damage to our vehicles. Fender benders should be repaired quickly to prevent further damage to our cars. Not only are fender bender accidents unsightly, but they can leave your car susceptible to further damage if left unfixed. Luckily, our trained auto body professionals have a wide range of services and techniques to help repair damage sustained from a fender bender.
Popular tags: Fender Repair, Auto Body Repair, Bumper Repair
The term ‘fender-bender’ is a loose term referring to a minor accident that happens to the front or rear of your car. Hard, metal fenders are located on each end of your vehicle to minimize impact when your vehicle collides with another car. Therefore, if the impact is minimal, we should only have to repair the fender and other immediate areas when you bring your car to our service center. The damage on the car should not keep the car from being operational in most situations. However, we do suggest that you call us to tow your car to the shop to prevent any further damage from happening. Our towing service is available 24/7.
It happens to everybody sooner or later. You walk out to your car and notice that 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.
Popular tags: Fender Repair, Auto Body Repair, dent repair
As an insurance preferred shop, Minnetonka Collision Center works with insurance providers every day to determine if a vehicle can be properly repaired and to what extent. In some cases, a car has to be totaled. This means that the insurance company has determined that the car will not be repaired. Below we explain in detail what totaled means and how insurance companies arrive at the decision to total a car.
Popular tags: Fender Repair, Auto Body Repair, Collision Repair