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Not Sure What Your Insurance Covers?
Auto insurance is something that many people don’t think about until they need to use it. Every policy is different, which is why it’s important to check your individual plan to verify:
- Car rental coverage
- Whether repairs can use aftermarket or OEM parts
- Your deductible
Don’t worry — we’re here to help you figure it all out. Contact your insurance company or your preferred Key Collision location to get your policy details.
How to Choose the Right Auto Body Shop
The stress of vehicle damage or a collision leads many drivers to settle for the first auto body repair shop that their insurance recommends.
But in New England, you aren’t held to what your insurance company advises. State regulations allow drivers to choose their own repair shop, which gives you limitless options and the ability to find the best quality repairs.
Before you select a repair shop, here are a few tips to help ensure that you choose the right one:
Ask Friends & Family for RecommendationsWord-of-mouth is a powerful and honest way to get a real feel for the experience you may have with a certain repair shop.
Read Online ReviewsCheck Google, Facebook, Yelp, Carwise and your other favorite review sites to see what other people are saying about the shop.
Understand the Quality Control ProcessFinal inspections are a crucial part of all types of repairs, whether it’s a small bumper fix or full body and frame repairs. Ask any shop you’re considering about their quality control; the most efficient shops will have a meticulous, part-by-part inspection process.