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If your car has been stolen and recovered or vandalized and had parts damaged or stolen most vehicle owners will seek out an estimate so that either themselves or their insurance company has a close approximation of what the cost of the repairs will be prior to approving the repairs to made on the vehicle.
Once these four steps are completed the technician will then add up the cost of everything and present you with a written estimate of the work that needs to be done, the parts that need replacing and the overall cost of the work.
Many of customers find themselves wondering just what is considered when a theft or vandalism repair estimate is drawn up. We thought you might find it useful to understand what goes into the preparation of such and estimate. For starters, it all begins with a complete inspection of your vehicle from top to bottom and from the inside out because there is no telling what unseen damage might have been done to your vehicle.
The truth is that many times when a vehicle is stolen or vandalized not all of the damage done to the vehicle can be seen by an untrained eye. Getting your estimate done by Ben and Nino will help to guarantee that all the damage done to vehicle has been accounted for and that you a close approximation of the total cost of the repairs.
By knowing what needs to be repaired upfront you can budget your income to pay for the repairs and can even select to have the most critical repairs done first and more minor repairs that won’t interfere with your vehicles functionality or your safety done at a later date.
Having the closest approximation possible will also help to ensure that if your insurance company is paying for the damage done to your vehicle, that you a complete accounting of all the damage saving you out of pocket expenses later on.