What work can we carry out? In a word. Everything! There is no vehicle repair too big or too small, our workshop and experienced technicians can cater for that frustrating dent caused in the supermarket car park all the way through to major structural, body and paint repair work. Check out our gallery for further examples, it is updated almost daily so always something new to see!
Do not drive your car with any damage to lights, corners or wheels. Just because the car is physically ‘driveable’ doesn’t always mean it is safe! We can arrange collection and delivery of both damaged and courtesy cars.
Injuries from road traffic collisions can sometimes have a delayed effect, we would always recommend going to the doctor just to be safe.
Trying to deal with insurance companies can mean many lengthy phone calls and things you may not understand, we can help you with the entire process.
They will take your details and pass you to a third party legal team that you do not know. Call us first and we will point you in the right direction, you can meet us and talk to us so you are confident your claim and your vehicle is looked after.
You have the right to chose where it is repaired. We are friendly, local and will help you through the claim whilst guaranteeing a top quality repair in terms of both safety and finish.
For non-fault claims, accident management teams are able to save your costly excess being taken from your pocket!
Your life needs to carry on while your car is in for repair, make sure you ask for a like-for-like courtesy car. Our Accident Management service can arrange this for you and often include the collection and delivery in exchange for your vehicle.
“My Company car was battered on a works trip to London, called into see Lee and arranged the insurance company to allow Lee to carry out the works as I needed the car repaired within a short time scale so as to carry on my works commitments. True to his word it was ready and looked amazing again. Cannot fault the work and I will always recommend go to LD Autovogue first.”