- The law does not require you to get more than one auto body, collision repair insurance estimate.
- You are not required to use any particular auto body repair shop. You can choose the auto body repair shop that you want to perform the repairs.
- You should know that your car is being repaired for you as the owner. You are expected therefore, to be able to pay for the auto body repairs upon completion. If you are having the vehicle repaired through an Insurance claim; arrange to have the insurance company’s releases signed and back to the liable paying company in time for them to get a check to you. Almost all Insurance company’s offer the option of paying the shop directly (have a conversation with the Insurance company or Many’s Autobody). By making these arrangements in advance, you will help the shop get you back in your vehicle with less hassle.
- If a lien holder is named on the Insurance check, Many’s Autobody is happy to assist you. Please bring it to their attention and they can help you get the check endorsed in a timely manner (for a small fee).
- As of January 1, 2023 Please be advised that if repairs are going through an Insurance Company, customers are required to pay any differences in cost that are not paid by the Insurance Company. This usually pertains to the differences in our labor rates and material rates. Most all Insurance Companies rates are significantly outdated. Our suggestion to you as the vehicle owner; call the Insurance Company liable for payment and request that they meet our labor and material rates. This is not the same thing as a supplement (additional damage found from original estimate). Please call Many’s Autobody if you have any further questions (802) 660-9053. We are happy to help!
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