Did you know that fender benders are one of the most common accidents involving a vehicle? Yep, that’s right—these collisions are more common than you’d think. With that being said, our ASE-certified technicians are able to fix up your car’s fender-bender damage with ease.
Want to learn more about how to fix a fender bender? If so, continue reading below. The teams in our four convenient Andy Mohr Collision Center locations have put together this guide to help you through this type of collision.
When you’re ready to schedule an estimate at one of our collision centers near Plainfield, Indianapolis, Fishers, and Bloomington, IN, give us a call.
A fender bender can be defined as a minor collision between two vehicles at low speeds. Now, there are multiple situations and accidents that can be described as a fender bender, such as:
Although fender benders rarely cause injury, they can leave your vehicle with significant damage.
The reason these accidents are called fender benders is because most of the damage is done to your vehicle’s fenders or its frame. Although the damage may look minimal on the outside, you should be aware of these potential underlying damages:
A technician may also find that damage was done to your vehicle’s electrical system or an important engine component.
Fortunately, our crew of technicians can help get your vehicle back up and running.
When you bring your vehicle to our collision center, an assessment will be performed on your car to inspect the visual damage and check for any hidden damages. From there, you will be provided with an estimate.
When you’ve been in a collision, our collision centers offer the services you’d need to fully repair your vehicle, including everything, from headlight replacement—a relatively simple repair—to transmission restoration—a more complex repair.
When you’ve been in a fender bender, the technicians in our collision center may perform:
Once they’ve diagnosed how your vehicle’s fender bender can be fixed, they will get to work promptly.
We want you to know that you’re in good hands with us. Not only are our technicians ASE-certified, but all our repairs are backed by a lifetime limited warranty. What does this mean for you? It means you can trust the repairs we provide for the many drives ahead.
If you get into a fender bender and need assistance, schedule an estimate at one of four convenient Andy Mohr Collision Centers near Plainfield, Indianapolis, Fishers, and Bloomington, Indiana, today.