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Why PDR is the BEST

March 18, 2018

Hail season is right around the corner. In fact, The Sydney was among the first to see hail in 2017 with quarter-sized hail. I’m from Sydney, but believe me, I’m not bragging about this. In Sydney, we take it very seriously. That’s why we always recommend our clients to have a comprehensive coverage to cover auto hail damage. I don’t know if you are familiar with PDR i.e paintless dent repair, but it is the best solution for hail damage repair. In this article, I explain why. 

Paintless Dent Repair is the most cost-effective method to fix hail damage

The impact of hailstones can do minor to severe damage on your car. Imagine if you had to replace your hood to make it look brand new again. That would cost you a fortune, right? Fortunately, you don’t have to do that. Paintless dent repair is a technique used to remove dents by pulling them out with specialized tools. After a big hail storm, if your car is affected, the best solution is to look for a paintless dent repair shop like Mobile Dent Removal Sydney to get a free inspection. Sometimes, vehicle owners are not aware of the presence of hail damage on their car. The main reason is that they don’t possess a PDR light to properly inspect the car. When you call Mobile Dent Repair Sydney for a hail damage inspection, a customer service representative proceeds to the car inspection completely free of charge. Good deal, isn’t it? 

PDR is the fastest way to fix auto hail damage 

You may think it takes time to fix dents, right? Think again. If you work with a good PDR shop, depending on the severity of the damage and how busy the shop is, you can get your car back the same day. Most of the time it takes longer because of the back and forth between the PDR shop and the insurance company. Indeed, both need to agree on an estimate before the shop can begin the repairs. What generally happens is that the shop inspects the vehicle and sends a preliminary estimate to your insurance company. Then your insurance company sends an adjuster to inspect the vehicle and make an estimate. If the shop agrees, then it’s a done deal and repairs can begin. If the shop feels like the adjuster missed some dents, they can send a supplement to the insurance company. Next time you have hail auto hail damage, contact us to get a free hail damage inspection.

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