AutoGlass Body Repair
AutoGlass have been perfecting body repairs since 2001.
How does it work?
To be able to have the mobile repair on your car, it will have to fit into the requirements below:
If your cars door/bonnet/boot doesn't open, close or lock correctly, it will need to be taken to a bodyshop.
Is there any damage to the wheel or tyre (not including unrelated kerb damage/wear and tear)? If so, the vehicle will need to be taken to a bodyshop.
Why should you choose mobile repair?
For large impact damage, a bodyshop is the better choice. For minor accident damage, a mobile repair offers these advantages:
AutoGlass repair Minor Accident Damage inside their patented mobile bobyshop which can operate in all weathers and completely encloses the vehicle. It is fitted with specially developed extraction and heating systems to create a dust-free working environment for the perfect results. It also carries all the necessary safety and environmental approvals and is even certified for use at airports.
As well as Auto~Glass's patented repair rigs, they use only EPA compliant water borne paints and manufacturer approved parts. Their technicians are bodyshop trained and ATA accredited meaning they are able to deliver repairs to BS10125 standard and confidently offer a lifetime warranty.
How much space do you need to have the mobile repair?
AutoGlass need the equivalent of 2-3 car parking spaces to set up the mobile bodyshop and complete the work to your vehicle. However if there isn't convenient space at your home or work, AutoRestore will work with you to find a suitable location. With partners throughout the country who secure space, they will always be able to find the best alternative for you.
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