If your vehicle has incurred undercarriage damage due to an accident or collision, our teams at any of our four conveniently located Andy Mohr Collision Centers near Plainfield, Indianapolis, Fishers, and Bloomington, IN, are here to take care of the underbody repairs your vehicle may need.
Down below, we’ll teach you how vehicles can incur this type of damage, how to identify it on your vehicle, and how our ASE-certified technicians can take care of the needed bodywork to repair your vehicle’s undercarriage.
Although low-profile vehicles—like sedans, coupes, and convertibles—are the most susceptible to this type of damage, all vehicles can experience damage to their undercarriages. In fact, you can damage your vehicle’s underbody in many ways, such as:
If you own an off-road-capable SUV or truck, your undercarriage may incur damage while off-roading. However, mud residue can be the more severe problem. The moisture trapped in mud can cause rust to form—this weakens the undercarriage’s stability and structure.
Besides debris, mud, and accidents, road salt and worn shock absorbers can also cause gradual undercarriage damage.
If you’re comfortable doing so, you can slide under your vehicle to inspect it for any visual damage. Though there can be underlying damage not visible to the human eye, you’ll most likely notice one of these identifiers of damage to your vehicle’s underbody:
You can schedule an estimate for undercarriage damage repairs at any one of our Andy Mohr Collision Centers. An estimator on our staff will perform an assessment and check for these signs, as well as look deeper into underlying damage when they provide their estimate. This will also help our technicians perform more thorough repairs to your vehicle’s undercarriage.
If your vehicle has experienced undercarriage damage, you can easily schedule an estimate at the Andy Mohr Collision Center nearest you. Our ASE-certified technicians will first take a closer look at your vehicle’s underbody before conducting an estimate for necessary repairs.
Your vehicle’s undercarriage is closely linked to its framework. So, leaving it unfixed can lead to potential issues with the transmission, suspension, brakes, and oil pan. Plus, having it repaired will help extend the lifespan of your vehicle and ensure its safety and stability.
To make sure your vehicle’s undercarriage remains stable, have it repaired at Andy Mohr Collision Centers near Plainfield, Indianapolis, Fishers, and Bloomington, Indiana, today. All you have to do is schedule an estimate in person, over the phone, or online.