Have you had repairs to your vehicle, and something just doesn’t seem right?
Do I Need A Post-Repair Inspection?
If you’ve had a significant repair to your vehicle, we recommend you get it inspected, especially if your vehicle isn’t quite performing the way it was before the accident.
If the work to your car was performed correctly, according to manufacturer specifications, the repairs should be invisible. A high quality repair will fully restore your vehicle to pre-accident safety and performance. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. Read on to find out why…
Many repair shops leave damage unaddressed.
A recent study in California by the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) found that up to 60% of vehicles already repaired still had damage that the collision repair facility either missed or did not address. Perhaps more shocking is that 42% of these repairs had serious safety concerns that still needed to be addressed. In all likelihood, the majority of the vehicle owners in the study were completely unaware of these issues prior to a post repair inspection. Luckily, Triangle Collision is well aware that a true collision repair must go far beneath simply restoring the exterior appearance of the car.
Our collision repair facility is certified by the following vehicle manufacturers, and we stay on the cutting edge of repairs to all makes and models: