As a car owner, you are not mandated to use the auto body repair shop that your insurance provider recommends following an accident. Although there may be advantages to using the insurance-recommended shop (such as repair turn around time), the choice is ultimately yours.
Car owners prefer to work with auto body shops that they are familiar with in most circumstances: minor repairs, body work, paint work, restoration, as well as for inspections and general maintenance tune-ups. This preference reigns true following a auto collision. Frequently, auto insurance companies will strongly recommend a particular auto body shop. However, whether you pursue a repair through your own insurance company, or file a claim with the other driver’s insurer, you are not obligated to use an insurers recommended auto body shop, and can elect to work with a shopt that your are familiar with.
Have you recently been in a collision? Call Mercer Auto Body for a free repair estimate. Mercer Auto Body understands that the estimate process can stressful. At Mercer, we strive to make the process seamless for clients by working with you to meet your particular needs and budget. In addition, we accept all insurance companies, handle client’s insurance claims, and are the preferred vendor for a variety of providers. There are many benefits to working with an auto body shop that you trust, such as receiving an accurate quote, working with a team that is familiar with the nuances of your vehicle, and transparency.
Mercer Auto Body services customers in Kennett Square, Avondale, West Grove, Landenberg, Toughkenamon, Hockessin DE, Chadds Ford, Unionville, and Concordville.