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Quality auto body repair work often comes with a hefty price tag. For most of us, we rely on the insurance company to pay the majority of this bill. A portion the deductible is paid for those who choose an independent auto body repair like Miracle Body and Paint in San Antonio Texas. However, not everyone chooses these two paths. Some choose to pay for the auto paint and body work out of their own pockets. Today, we’d like to discuss options which can still enable you to save money without having to settle for low quality work.
Three Ways To Save On Auto Bodywork When Paying Out-of-Pocket
- If possible, choose to repair parts instead of replacing them. Some auto accidents can still leave a car part repairable which can still be fixed to look like new, though it will cost you more time. Insurance companies will often go with new parts in order to finish the repair faster, just so they can save on your rental car coverage. If you are not in a rush and if the part is still repairable, you can opt to wait.
- Choose an independent auto repair shop like Miracle Body and Paint. You can get parts and labor discounts even if you choose not to use your insurance coverage. If you choose Miracle Body and Paint, you can save hundreds of dollars on repair without sacrificing quality service.
- Ask about our current promotions and specials. We offer free estimates on all our work, so use this time to ask your technician if we are currently offering any sales or promotions. Many of our discounts are listed on the home page of our website or by completing our online calculator, also found on the homepage.
Don’t hesitate to stop by Miracle Body and Paint and discover why more and more people in San Antonio are choosing us for their auto repair needs.
If you’ve recently been in an auto accident, call our office today and let us care for you like family. Our team gets to work immediately in evaluating the damage working with your insurance provider.