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Why Repair Delays Are Sometimes Out of a Collision Center’s Control February 11, 2019

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Why Repair Delays Are Sometimes Out of a Collision Center’s Control , Madison, Ohio

Having your vehicle sidelined by an auto accident is undoubtedly a stressful experience. Because there are many different areas of your life that can be affected by the issue—from simple errands to work transportation—it’s understandable that you’d want your car to be back up and running as quickly as possible. Although a reputable collision center will do everything it can to expedite the process, there are unfortunately some factors that are outside of direct control. To help you understand those situations more thoroughly, here are just some of the ways your repairs can be unexpectedly and uncontrollably delayed.

Why Are Repairs Sometimes Delayed?

1. Replacement Part Delays

If replacement parts need to be ordered and delivered, there’s a chance that the specific part needed to safely and efficiently fix your vehicle might be out of stock. The collision center will research various options to make the order arrive as quickly as possible, but inventory delays are largely out of the shop’s control. Weather delays can also impact the delivery of replacement parts.

2. Insurance Adjustments

collision centerAlthough insurance can be a saving grace for covering the cost of the necessary repairs after an accident, it can sometimes also cause unfortunate delays. For some situations, an insurance adjuster needs to inspect the vehicle and the extent of the damage before repairs can begin. Once the reviewer has confirmed the damage and has made all of the necessary adjustments on the insurance claim, the auto shop can start getting your car back in working condition again.

3. Unexpected Additional Repairs

A collision center will always give you an initial repair plan based on the state of your vehicle when it arrives at the shop, but additional damage can be discovered once the process begins. As the technicians start to “open up” your car to make repairs, other issues can be discovered that add time to the overall repair timeline. While this can be frustrating, it’s important to remember that repairing these concerns as soon as possible will make your vehicle run smoother and prevent you from more serious and expensive repairs down the road.

 

If your car has been taken out of commission by an accident, Frank’s Auto Body & Restoration in Madison, OH, will do everything possible to get it back on the road as soon as possible. With more than two decades of industry experience, the collision center has the experience to identify the most efficient method of repairing your vehicle and does everything possible to avoid unnecessary delays. The shop’s 9,500 square foot facility has the space, expertly trained staff, and technology to make your car run perfectly. Visit their website for more information on the services available, or call (440) 428-6259 to speak with a friendly representative today.

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