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10 Safest Cars of 2017

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Even though 2017 is coming to a close, you can still consider buying a 2017 model that has all the safety features of the latest and greatest 2018 models. Safety is an important selling point for many consumers who want to rely on state-of-the-art features that can ensure their safety on the roadways, such as Electronic Stability Control, or ESC, which automatically reduces speed and can brake individual wheels as needed if a rollover is imminent. A study performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety on NBCNews.com found that ESC reduces the risk of deaths in single-vehicle crashes by more than 50 percent, decreasing the likelihood of a rollover accident by 80 percent.

Among the top factors consumers care about when purchasing new cars are brand loyalty and safety, according to JD Power.

So, which vehicles should you consider with safety top of mind?

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US News and World Report lists these vehicles as having perfect safety scores based on its own new car rankings plus Top Safety Pick+ (TSP+) ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

  1. Chevrolet Volt: Fuel efficient with a perfect Top Safety Pick+ rating from the IIHS when equipped with an optional automatic emergency braking system, the Chevy Volt gets five-star safety ratings in all categories from the NHTSA. It also has a standard Teen Driver system, allowing parents to get details on how safely their kid is driving.
  2. Volvo S60: Comes standard with Volvo’s City Safety, a low-speed automatic emergency braking system. The automatic emergency braking system features pedestrian and cyclist detection.
  3. Toyota Prius Prime: Featuring automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control, this model earns perfect IIHS crash-test ratings.
  4. Subaru Impreza: This vehicle comes equipped with the EyeSight suite of electronic safety and driver assistance aids, as well as available LED headlights, plus it earns a five-star crash rating from the NHTSA.
  5. Genesis G80: This luxury mid-size has a Top Safety Pick+ score from the IIHS and a five-star rating in regards to crash-worthiness from the NHTSA. It features top of the line advanced safety and driver assistance technology, such as lane assist, lane change alerts and blind spot warnings.
  6. Genesis G90: A top-rated vehicle when it comes to larger luxury cars, this model has plenty of driver assistance features as standard that are only optional on other models, such as automatic emergency braking systems for detection of pedestrians.
  7. Volvo V60: Standard safety features include City Safety, a low-speed automatic emergency braking system, but the real crowning glory is the available HID low-beam headlight system. Not only can it illuminate past corners but it can also switch on to high beam mode automatically.
  8. Nissan Maxima: Enjoying a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the IIHS, many safety features come standard, plus available features such as the automatic emergency braking system that operates via a radar signal to monitor road conditions.
  9. Lexus RC: This two-door coupe scores high marks in predicted reliability so you can expect a long lifespan out of this vehicle. It features Lexus Safety Connect, which sends notifications to nearby first responders when an accident happens.
  10. Subaru Legacy: Boasting advanced driver assistance and advanced safety systems, this model uses cameras on the windshield to monitor road conditions in real time.

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center

Here at Hance’s, we have serviced many of the top safest cars on the market. Trust us to repair yours. Located at 4829 McKinney Avenue in Dallas, please contact us at 214-666-5291 today to schedule your appointment.

Driving Tips to Avoid Collisions

Saturday, November 4th, 2017

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Thousands of auto accidents happen every year. Not all will involve serious loss of life and injury, and to a lesser extent, damage to the vehicle body itself. However, it’s good to remind ourselves of safe driving tips to avoid those collisions that could at the very least involve the need for auto body repairSave some money and your life by following these common sense driving tips.

Be a Defensive Driver

Yes, you probably took this type of course before you got your license but it’s always good to brush up on the concept. Defensive driving means always being on the lookout for the potential behaviors of other drivers. Being aware of your surroundings and staying alert as to what could happen will help you avoid collisions. Basically, anticipate the unexpected moves of other drivers! Never assume another driver will behave as you would. Stay a safe distance behind cars, trucks and buses, and keep your eyes not just on the road in front of you but side to side and back too. Check mirrors and drive the speed limit so you have time to react if you have to. Even when going through a green light, slow down and check the other direction.

More than 800 people die and 200,000 are injured in the United States each year as a result of being hit by drivers who ran a red light.

Stay Focused

Distracted driving claimed the lives of 3,477 people in 2015 alone. Most people will readily acknowledge the dangers of texting and driving but do it anyway. But texting isn’t the only way to get distracted behind the wheel. Eating, applying makeup, tuning the radio, tending to your kids in the back seat, and talking on the phone are all forms of distracted driving — and they can be deadly. Many states have strict rules now about distracted driving particularly when it comes to using a phone. It’s best to leave your phone in the glove compartment when driving or use the Do Not Disturb feature on your phone. If you absolutely must conduct a phone call, use a hands-free option.

Be Careful at Night

Car accident statistics at night are pretty sobering. Despite 60 percent less traffic on the roads, more than 40 percent of all fatal car accidents happen after the sun goes down. More people tend to be drinking and driving because that’s when parties are held. Others may not be able to see wildlife or pedestrians in the road as well due to the lack of sunlight. Always drive slowly enough so that you would be able to stop within the distance of your headlights if you had to. Keep scanning the sides of the road as you navigate so as to avoid a collision with a deer or other animal.

Drive Unimpaired

We all know not to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, but many of us still think a drink or two won’t hurt. Assign a designated driver, take an Uber or stay overnight if you think you’ll be drinking. Impairment doesn’t always involve alcohol or drugs. Many collisions are a result of driver fatigue. Falling asleep at the wheel can result in deadly consequences for all parties.

Maintain Your Vehicle

Many collisions can be avoided. But because of poorly maintained vehicles, brakes can jam up and tires can make your car skid out of control. Stay on top of regular maintenance and service calls. For example, replace worn brake pads as needed and rotate your tires regularly.

All of this being said, even the most cautious drivers can get in collisions. Sometimes, they’re just unavoidable no matter how careful you are. First and foremost, we hope you stay safe out there on the roadways. If you do get into an accident that requires collision repair, we can help.

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas

Don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment for body work at Hance’s. Just contact us at 214-666-5291 today.

What Does Your Auto Body Collision Repair Specialist Do?

Monday, August 21st, 2017

repair-collissionYou understandably don’t want to be without your car after a collision, but in order to restore your vehicle to its former glory, you’ll need to trust someone to fix it. This can be just as hard as being without transportation for a few days! Arm yourself with the knowledge you’ll need to make a good decision. First off, you’ll need to establish a clear understanding up front with your auto body technician. In fact, the process of having your car fixed right starts when you drop it off, says Edmunds, so be clear on what the shop will fix, how long it will take and what it will cost. Get everything in writing and inquire about the labor and parts warranties. Most importantly, review the paperwork and inspect the vehicle when you pick it up to make sure all agreed-upon work was done.
That leads us to our first point…

Go through the work with your technician:

any reputable auto body shop mechanic will walk you through everything he or she did. Anyone who tries to hide defects or gloss over specifics is covering something and shouldn’t be trusted.

In a nutshell, collision repair specialists can repair most damage from vehicle collisionsrestoring the look and functionality of the vehicles. This can be pretty straightforward in the event the damage is minor, such as a cracked windshield. But when it involves major damage, such as door panel or fender replacement, your technician should take extra care because the underlying frame of your car can literally get bent out of shape. Your auto body collision repair specialist has the training to return the structural integrity of the car frame to the manufacturer’s specifications.

Be Aware, Know Who You’re Dealing With

Have you been in an accident that has resulted in dents and structural damage? You need expert auto body collision repair. Be knowledgeable about what your auto body collision repair specialist will do.

Here are some more responsibilities your auto body specialist has:

  • Looks over damage reports
  • Prepares cost estimates
  • Plans out work to be done
  • Inspects vehicle for structural damage
  • Removes damaged body parts, from bumpers and fenders to hoods, grilles and trim
  • Realigns car frames and chassis
  • Hammers out dents, dings and dimples
  • Fits and welds replacement parts
  • Installs and weatherproofs windows and windshields
  • Sands, buffs, and primes refurbished surfaces
  • Applies new finish

Tools Used

In order to achieve these jobs, your collision repair technicians use many tools, each with a different purpose. When removing damaged parts, such as bumpers and door panels, he or she will use pneumatic tools, metal-cutting guns, and plasma cutters. When it comes to major structural repairs, such as body alignments, hydraulic jacks and hammers are used in the process. Often times, they simply use hand tools like pliers, metal files, wrenches, hammers, and screwdrivers.

Your collision repair technician is very likely trained and skilled enough to take on all these responsibilities himself. However, some shops go the  assembly line route and work as a team with each person working on a different part of the car.

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas TX

If you’ve been in an accident and require body work or collision repair, come to the best. Open Mon–Thur: 7:30am – 5:30pm and Friday: 7:30am – 5pm, we offer a convenient way for you to get all the repairs you need done quickly so you can get back on the road. To schedule an appointment for auto body repair or service, contact us at 214-666-5291. We are located at 4829 McKinney Avenue in Dallas for your convenience.

Should You Use the Body Shop Your Insurance Company Recommends or Not?

Thursday, April 13th, 2017


In the event you’re in an accident that results in body work needed for your vehicle, your insurance company will probably recommend a repair shop that they frequently work with. While this sounds like a great service in theory, they are likely recommending that shop because they have a repair contract with them. This means they have a vested interest in you going there. But while it may seem like they are pressuring you to only use their auto body repair shop, you don’t have to follow their recommendation.

How it Works

By law, you don’t have to use the insurance company’s recommendation, but you may be wondering: will you get a quality repair job if you go elsewhere? Using the recommended shop is beneficial mainly to the insurance company because they have negotiated better deals that translate to lower material and labor rates as well as parts discounts. In return, the repair shop gets all the business sent their way from the insurance company. They do, however, have to undergo equipment and training requirements as per the insurance company. They also have to offer lifetime warranties on parts.

Insurance companies strive for about 40 percent of their claims going to their recommended repair shops. This doesn’t mean you have to, though. In fact, they’ll try to persuade you very strongly so that you ultimately end up abiding by their request. They may say your claim won’t be dealt with efficiently if you go off on your own. They may say it could be a week or more before the adjuster can come out to take a look at your vehicle. They may even say they won’t warranty any of the repairs if you veer from their recommendation.

This may scare you off. That’s what they want. But if you’re really intent on going to your own repair shop, don’t budge. Legally, they can’t delay the process and they can’t keep you from using your own repair shop. Consider this: any reputable auto repair shop near you will provide a lifetime warranty regardless of whether the insurance company is paying them or you are. It’s in their best interest to treat all customers the same and provide efficient service no matter what.

However, one benefit to you for using insurance company-recommended repair shops is that those mechanics are familiar with the claims adjusters because they work with them so often. They know the process, they know what to expect, and they can get the estimate and repairs done quickly as per the insurance company wishes. You can also cut down on possible disagreements between insurance companies and repair shops when they know each other.

In cases where you seek out an outside repair shop, insurance companies may not accept their estimate right away of what a repair will cost. Other times, the insurer will generate the original estimate and the repair shop disagrees, says Nerdwallet.

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas TX

You can rest assured we treat all our customers with efficiency and skilled service. Open Mon–Thur: 7:30am – 5:30pm and Friday: 7:30am – 5pm, we offer a convenient way for you to get all the repairs you need done quickly so you can get back on the road. To schedule an appointment for auto body repair or service, contact us at 214-666-5291. We are located at 4829 McKinney Avenue in Dallas for your convenience in Highland Park, University Park, Uptown, Lakewood, Lower Greenville, and Lake Highlands.

How to Find the Best Auto Body Shop Near Me

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

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Auto mechanics are a dime a dozen around Dallas, but what are you really getting? Too many mechanics give lip service when it comes to what they do, but many fail at offering the whole package. Ideally, you want an auto body shop near you that can go the distance in terms of varied offerings, stellar service and peace of mind through proven work. Finding a convenient auto body location isn’t enough anymore: you also have to choose a reputable provider that will come to know you and your car, and provide services that exceed your expectations time after time.

Here are some considerations to keep in mind when searching for the best auto body repair shop in Dallas.

Company Location and Overhead

The location, size and overhead requirements of an auto body shop will largely contribute to how much it charges for standard services. Let’s say you have a large, multi-location shop with a lot of front-office workers. Because those shops have a high overhead, they tend to overcharge for services to make up for those costs. “Labor hours” is a big area where you can get taken advantage of by auto body shops, says Edmunds. Many body shops use reference guides to estimate the number of hours needed to perform common repairs; however, larger, higher-end shops and dealers may charge for things they may have to do, including time spent taking off the hood and doors.

Word of Mouth

While it doesn’t provide anything concrete, word of mouth recommendations should never be overlooked as part of the vetting process. This can give you clarity and insight into choosing a particular company. Chances are, if all your friends have something wonderful to say about the service at Shop A but all negative things to say about Shop B, this will likely be your deciding factor in choosing which to go with. Advertising is great, but sometimes the small family-owned shops just don’t have the budget for glossy ads; however, they may provide stand-up service even though you don’t hear about it on TV and billboards. Reputation is everything in this business, as most general members of the public don’t know what goes into the process and often are leery about trusting someone to address the issues with their vehicle.

Expertise

Of course, you also want a mechanic who is skilled in all facets of auto body repair. This may mean you have a quick conversation with the owner about what he or she offers, what training the team gets, and what they offer. Ask about years in business to gauge how well they’ve operated within the community over that time. Ultimately, you want a mechanic who frequently works with your make and model of car, giving you peace of mind when you have to leave it for service.

Estimates

Cost is a big factor in choosing an auto body shop near you. Call several in your area to get an idea of what things cost. Many auto body repair shops will even match estimates if you go to them with a lower one. They would rather earn your business and trust over losing you to the competition. Don’t always automatically go with the lowest quote, though. You don’t want to trust the care of your vehicle to a fly-by-night mechanic who’s going to do the bare minimum, which could lead to further problems later on. Take other factors into consideration in addition to cost, such as how close a shop is to your home or work.

 

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas TX

Servicing Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Uptown, Lakewood, Lower Greenville, and Lake Highlands, Hance’s Uptown Collision Center located on McKinney Ave in Dallas is a top choice for many area residents. Contact us to check out what we do at 214-666-5291.

How to Work With Your Insurance Company for Adequate Compensation

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Getting into a car accident is stressful enough without adding insurance adjustments and compensations to the mix. Immediately following an accident, you know you have to share insurance information with the other driver, but what happens after that? How can you be sure you’re getting adequately compensated for the damage? If you have a trusted mechanic on your side like Hance’s Uptown Collision Center, you will be assisted throughout the whole process. We work with insurance companies all the time to ensure our customers get the compensation they deserve. And not just SOME money — enough to cover ALL damage to the vehicle. The first step is to schedule an appointment for a repair estimate.

Even if you weren’t at fault for the accident and you are due reimbursement or compensation for accident-related costs, dealing with insurance companies can still be confusing, daunting and frustrating. Assuming you have started the process by contacting the other insurance company and getting the ball rolling, the next step is to get reimbursement for property damage and theft.

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Determining Reimbursement: Getting Proof

The claims adjuster will evaluate these factors by taking photographs and writing notes about all damage to the vehicle. Your written statement about what happened also further helps the adjuster in his decision regarding compensation for your damages and loss. DMV.org suggests keeping all receipts and before-and-after pictures if you have repair work done to your car.

Diminished Value

This is where Hance’s Auto comes in. We can work with your insurance company to come up with a mutually acceptable number that you feel comfortable with. That’s even if your vehicle is worth repairing — it could be deemed a total loss. This means it will cost more to fix the vehicle than the vehicle is worth.

Medical Costs

If you are found not to be at fault for the accident, you can go after the other insurance company for compensation on your medical bills. Sometimes, the other person doesn’t have insurance, or maybe the amount you’re quoted won’t be nearly enough to cover your bills. In this case, you may want to get in touch with a personal injury attorney to fight for additional compensation.

Deductibles

It depends on your exact situation, but you may have to pay a deductible before getting payment for your claim. If you’re eventually determined not to be at fault, you may be able to get that money back later.

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas

Need help managing the insurance aspect of your claim? We can assist you here at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center. Contact us today at 214-666-5291 to kick start the process and get the compensation you deserve.

Is Paintless Dent Repair Right for You?

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Getting in an accident is no picnic. Provided you and everyone involved are OK following an incident like this — whether a fender bender or something more serious — you may turn your sights to the frustration of getting your vehicle fixed. You may have heard about paintless dent repair as an alternative to full-on body work. Yes, it takes less time than auto body repair and can be more convenient, but is it right for your situation? It may turn out that Hance’s Uptown Collision Center auto body repair service is a better choice for you.

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When is PDR a Viable Choice?

There are times in which paintless dent repair is a good choice, but it all depends on the type of accident you have been in. PDR is reserved for less serious accidents featuring small dings that are easy to bang out. Think: shopping carts at the grocery store, small fender benders, baseballs to the roof, etc. Paintless dent repair is generally a more affordable and speedy form of dent repair — one that doesn’t affect the paint job done at the factory. As a less intrusive process for dent repair designed, it’s best for small to medium repair needs. Using state-of-the-art technologies, your trusted Hance mechanic repairs dents by getting under the “skin” of the vehicle to gently coax dented panels back into position. This is done without damaging or scratching the panels at all. Because this approach does not involve painting, the price tag is lower than traditional dent repair work.

If your car has been affected by the following, PDR may be a good option for you:

  • Minor Hail damage
  • Door dings
  • Minor body creases
  • Small dents
  • Bumper indentations

However, this option isn’t always possible when it comes to larger, more serious dents. When you’ve been in a bigger accident with damage not only to the paneling but the paint job as well, it becomes necessary to repair dents and then color match and paint the vehicle. New panels may have to be ordered if the dent is large, scraped or gouged. It takes a trained eye to get the color just right and blend it in seamlessly. This takes vast knowledge of the specific brand and model of car as well.

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When is Auto Body Repair Work a Better Choice?

While you may be hoping for paintless dent repair to remedy your situation because it generally takes less time, this isn’t always possible. In the case of auto body repair, the wait for your vehicle to be finished  is well worth it because you are essentially getting a new portion of your car. Panels are ordered from the manufacturer and paint has to be artfully applied to blend the two so it never looks as though you were in an accident. That’s where our technicians come in — who are more like artists than anything else!

Auto body repair is a better choice if the metal of your vehicle has been severely stretched, dented, gouged or creased and the paint is cracked.  With PDR, you simply can’t get scratches out or repair paint damage. In addition, cars that were made prior to 1990 are not great candidates for PDR, as the paint featured on those vehicles isn’t as resilient and flexible as the paint you see on newer cars. As an aside: after the Clean Air Act amendments of 1990, paint-makers began adding water-borne paints to their product lineups in response to clean-air initiatives to cut volatile organic compound emissions, according to Cars.com.

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas

To find out why auto body repair may benefit you, please contact us at 214-666-5291. We are conveniently located on McKinney Avenue!

Hance’s Uptown Collision Center

4829 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75205

You Got in a Car Accident…Now What?

Thursday, March 24th, 2016

You were driving along innocently enough when all of a sudden, you’re blindsided by a driver who didn’t see the stop sign. Fortunately, everyone’s OK, but now you have a cracked-up car that needs collision repair service — pronto. What do you do now? Here are a few steps to take after you are involved in a car accident. After dealing with the immediate aftermath of the accident, the first step is to schedule an appointment with Hance’s Uptown Collision Center.

Next you should get in touch with your insurance company to see if you have “uninsured motorist” coverage in the event that you get in an accident with someone who does not have insurance. If so, you can get compensation from the driver to recover any losses, says CNN.com.

Now, onto the collision repair process…

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Drop off Your Vehicle

Once you drop off the vehicle at Hance’s, you’ll be required to fill out a drop-off agreement form, listing your contact information and insurance information which will allow us to starting working on the car. Don’t have an alternative mode of transportation? Let us arrange for a rental car for you during this difficult transition. Just so you’re aware: small repairs typically take between three and five days while more complicated jobs can take a week or even up to a month. When we give you an estimate, we’ll let you know of the time frame.

Verification

Next we will verify your car’s VIN, mileage, and license plate number, then shoot a video recording of the vehicle while noting the damage. Please notify us of any pre-existing dents, dings, and scratches so we don’t include those in our estimate.

Assess the Damage

After we have all the necessary information, we put it into our state of the art management software that allows our techs to assess the damage and review the insurance company estimate. Our goal is to provide affordable parts replacement so you don’t have to pay any more than you have to, all the while considering the amount your insurance company has agreed to pay along with “supplement” of needs.

Painting

Hance's Collision Repair in DallasThis is the fun part. Rest assured your car won’t spend more than a day or two in this painting and refinishing phase. For small jobs, it takes just a half day. Attention to detail and precision are both the name of the game here.

Reassembly

Putting all the parts back together again so they work efficiently and correctly is a big part of collision repair, and not something our technicians take lightly.

Cleaning Up

Quality control is the last phase of the collision repair process. This occurs at the completion of all repairs, painting and reassembly. Technicians give the car a once-over, test it out and make any adjustments if needed. It’s at this time that you’ll receive a call to come pick up your vehicle. You return the rental car, get your car back, and get on with life!

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas, TX

For the most comprehensive auto body repair in Dallas, contact us at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center at 214-666-5291. We have many convenient appointment slots for you to choose from. Come to us for anything from collision repair and painting to window replacement and detailing. We’ll have you in and out in no time.

Selecting a Body Shop and Steering

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

What you should know and are not being told by that Gecko or Flo

So you have had in accident with your car in Dallas Texas or surrounding community, now what? First thing you do is call your insurance company to begin the claims process, to start your road back to automotive recovery. That silly Gecko and Flo act like they are your best friends and life and auto collision repair is so easy. We can get you back on the road and make life easy. Well guess what, they are not being completely honest. Not a single insurance company is being honest. And for that matter many collision centers and body shops in Dallas, Texas are not being honest either. They are wanting to lead you down a golden path and money saving tools for them, that leave you and your vehicle short changed. Their business model is to collect premiums and pay out very little in claims. They implement a process and procedure designed to save them money. Money and repair processes owed to you. A proper repair with new parts and a pre-loss condition result. They do this they say to save you money. But why is it when you have a claim, they raise your rates. Why is it that when they use these Concierge and Express programs, they never give you a refund?

Most “independent” shops are different and for good reason. We do not get in bed with insurance companies. We do not let them dictate the process and the results. We are an advocate for the consumer. I personally count it as a blessing to fix cars and help people. We do it, day in an day out many times at no financial gain; by just talking and sharing our experience and knowledge at no charge. Our advice is always free! We do it to help you through a process that is foreign and not an everyday affair to have your car fixed after an accident. We do it, because we truly want what is best for you. And the strangest part is that if the free market was really at work and everyone paid out of pocket for repairs and no insurance was involved, the chain stores would be out of business. The quality of work alone would be enough to close their doors!

What is important to know is that “steering” is illegal. An insurance company should not tell you that by going to any shop you choose, it will be a negative. To say a shop is “not on the program” or not preferred should be of no consequence. You tell them where you are going and who you want them to work with, end of story! They have a right to inspect the vehicle prior to any work being done or any claims being paid. Under the law, they only have so many days to look at the car. They must respond to your desire. There is a tremendous amount of “gray” to this conversation and information that could fill volumes of books. But in the end, you have a consumer bill of rights, you have choices and you should know that any independent auto body shop you choose, have your best interest in mind. We do at Hance’s. We give you options and information. The most important thing you can have when it come to your car and you! -Rob aka Car Nut Dallas

Need Collision Repair Dallas TX? Hance’s Will Get You Back on the Road in No Time

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

collision repair Dallas TXIf you have recently been in an auto accident, you know that getting the help you need can be stressful and frustrating. At Hance Auto, our collision repair Dallas TX team works to keep the process of restoring your vehicle simple. Our skilled staff knows how important having a reliable vehicle is for our customers, and we pride ourselves on being quick and efficient during the repair process. We also work directly with your insurance company to ensure that your vehicle gets back to its pre-loss condition. Make the right choice and choose Hance’s for your collision repair Dallas TX needs. Call us at 214-666-5291 or visit hanceauto.com.

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