A vehicle’s side mirror is a crucial safety feature that ensures you, the driver, have a complete view of your surroundings. When a side mirror is damaged, it’s imperative that you get it fixed right away.
Car side mirror repair typically entails one or more of these parts: the base (mirror assembly), mirror glass, cover and the turn signal (if equipped). And while many of these individual components can be repaired depending on the extent of the damage, oftentimes complete side mirror replacement is necessary.
Yes! Side mirror repair and replacement can be completed in a relatively short amount of time.
For some minor bumper damage repairs, the costs may be less than your insurance deductible. It’s also important to consider who was at fault for the collision. If you were at fault for the accident, you will need to check your insurance coverage to weigh your options. Collision coverage will pay for damage to your vehicle and the other party’s vehicle.
A small crack or dent may not pose a serious hazard, but if your bumper has come loose, you risk injuring pedestrians, other drivers or yourself. When in doubt, it’s always safest to have your bumper repaired before getting back on the road.
Yes, we can fix a cracked rear bumper. Depending on the severity of the crack, your bumper may need to be replaced.