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The Most Common Reasons People Require Auto Body Repair. What are your most common?

Last updated 6 years ago

People require auto body repair because their car has been in an accident. It’s surprising at how common cars are damaged during everyday errands or tasks! Let's look at the common reasons people end up at their auto body repair shop.

Side-Swiping Freeway Barriers

This is scary, but it happens all the time. Usually it occurs because the driver isn't paying attention, eating or talking on the phone. If you're not careful, you can total a perfectly good car.

Poor Auto Repair

Anytime you need auto repair, be sure to go with an ASE-Certified Technician to get auto repair you can trust. If your car is manhandled by unqualified technicians, you'll need auto body repair in addition to your car’s previous problems.

Grocery Carts

Grocery carts are the bane of any parking lot. Kids (and even some adults) use them as personal scooters, and they’re left scattered haphazardly in grocery lots, rolling into parking spaces and careening across lanes. If you find a dent when you return from the grocery store, there's probably a cart with your paint on it.

Parking Lots

Fender benders occur all the time at five miles per hour or less. While low-impact collisions are rarely dangerous, the regular wear and tear from parking lots can start to make your car look like it’s been through a serious hailstorm.

Under the Influence

Arizona is cracking down on drunk driving but it still happens every day. If you go out drinking, please, use a designated driver.  Remember a vehicles body damage may conceal more serious, underlying issues, so be sure to hire qualified repairmen.

At Greulich's Automotive Service and Collision, we'll get your car looking great again with quality auto body repair. If your car has been in a collision, call us at (480) 483-8186 to get an estimate.


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