Waiting to fix your hail damaged car might end up costing you a lot of money.
Should you wait to repair your car’s hail damage?
With summer officially here, vehicle owners in many parts of the country are happy to have this year's storm season behind them (fingers crossed). While the overall number of storm
related insurance claims is down for 2019, thousands of vehicle owners around the country are still dealing with damage from this year's spring storm season. So far in 2019, Mother Nature has caused significant property damage, more specifically hail damage, in places like Dallas, Texas, Chicago, Illinois, Odessa, Texas, Omaha, Nebraska, and Cary, North Carolina. Thanks to hail storms in those cities, along with many other cities and towns in the U.S., hail damage continues to be the leading cause of comprehensive coverage car insurance claims. After their claim is processed, many people attempt to schedule their damaged vehicle for repairs only to find that most reputable body shops and paintless dent removal (PDR) hail repair companies in their area are booked out for several months. Some folks get busy with summer vacations and things of that nature and end up putting off repairing their hail damaged car. Others, fearing that another hail storm could damage their vehicle once it’s repaired, purposely postpone fixing their hail dented car. While it might make sense to some, it’s actually best to repair your car hail damage as soon as you are able to, especially if you live in an area that is prone to having hail storms. Everyone’s situation is unique, but for most people, the reasons not to wait are pretty compelling.
Dealer's Hail & Specialty is a national leader in the paintless dent removal (PDR) auto hail repair industry.
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