It was Friday. You were eager to order your favourite takeaway, drive home from work, and relax in front of Netflix. Time for a well-deserved break! Hitting the pillar in the car park as you backed out really wasn’t part of the plan. Neither was putting a dent on your back door.
When it comes to repairing dents, especially on luxury vehicles, it may seem impossible to get the perfect finish that looks like the dent never happened. Unfortunately, luxury vehicles are susceptible to dents and exterior damage like any other car whether it is from hail, car park dings, and other minor damage like the neighbour lightly backing into it as they leave for work.
Going to a panel beater is normally the first choice, however, for such a minor fix, this can honestly become more expensive than first expected. Panel beaters also need to fill and paint over the affected area which first of all can affect the resale value of the vehicle, and secondly can become a problem when the right colour of paint can’t be found since your luxury vehicle may have a unique colour.
If you own a fleet of cars, vans, or trucks and have employees who routinely use these vehicles for work, you know there is always a level of risk involved in the mobility of your fleet. Read on for information on how PDR2U can save you money on fleet vehicle dent repairs.
From time to time, employees may have minor accidents that result in bumps and dents to their vehicles. Also, with vans or cars that store expensive items like tools, or valuable technology left in a visible spot, thieves can cause damage when attempting to break into the vehicle.
Similarly, rental car companies routinely get cars back after hiring with minor dents, mostly from customers’ poor judgment reversing or manoeuvring in a different vehicle or parking in tight, compact parking spaces where lots of dents occur.
Aussies. We love to give it a crack. Land of the ‘give it a go’ if ever there was one. If something needs fixing, how often have you found a YouTube informational video (how to remove a door dent!) and hyped yourself up enough to get it done on the weekend? Or that handy mate, we all have them, the one who reckons that dent in your car is an easy fix. No dramas! Payment is a six-pack over a game of footy or dinner on you. Job done. Or is it?
Indeed, there are many handy DIY things you can do yourself, like unblocking a drain, building those shelving units you have promised yourself, or helping a mate paint their house. But some things should be classified as DDIY (don’t do it yourself), with paintless door dent removal, at the top of the list.
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