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Repair Facts


Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I am involved in an accident?

It's best to report accidents to the police to insure an accurate written report is on file in case problems arise.  Write down the names, addresses and phone numbers of the other parties involved and those of any witnesses to the accident.

Do I have the right to choose the repairer?

It is best to check with your Insurance Company about their requirements and any recommended Repairers they may have.

How should I choose a shop to repair my vehicle?

Again it is best to check with your Insurance Company first.  Properly repairing today's vehicles is a complex task.  It requires precision measuring and pulling damaged components to tolerances measured in millimeters.  It also involves restoring paint with factory-like finishes in a climate controlled dust-free environment.  And, of course, accomplishing this demands highly trained professional technicians who are experts in their craft. 

Do I need to contact several shops for estimates / quotes?

It is best to contact your Insurance Company for their particular requirements regarding the obtaining of quotes.

Must I notify the insurance company before repairs are made?

Yes - Most insurance policies require you to notify your agent or the company, file a claim or report, and tell them where the damaged vehicle may be inspected.

Who is responsible for the cost of repairs?

Again, check with your Insurance Company.  In most instances you will be responsible for paying an excess.  This will need to be paid to the Repairer before you take delivery of your vehicle.

Who is responsible for the repairs made to my vehicle?

The Repairer - That's why it is important to select a reliable repairer.  The right facility will be properly equipped and staffed to restore your vehicle to pre-accident condition. 

Who should I contact if there is a problem with the repair?

First, the manager of the shop. - Responsible shop owners and managers stand behind their services and provide warranties which cover their work.  They will work with you to solve the problem.  If your problem is not resolved contact the claims manager at your insurance company. 

Dukes Body Works
7 - 9 Arundel Street

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