Welcome to iPDR - The Paintless Dent Repair Pros
Whether you have one or hundreds of cars, you can count on iPaintless Dent Repair and our highly skilled technicians to remove hail damage, dings and dents from your vehicle using our paintless dent repair process. Car owners, dealerships, and bodyshops all over the globe, including the Netherlands, France, Italy, Australia, and Slovenia have turned to us to restore their cars back to its original manufacturers finish.
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What is PDR?
PDR stands for Paintless dent repair. PDR is the new age of bodyworks. Paintless dent repair is achieved by highly trained skilled technicians who use very sophisticated lights, tools and techniques to massage the hail damage, dings and dents away. PDR is great because it takes less time to repair the damage without disrupting or destroying the factory finish, therefore maintaining the value and structural integrity of your vehicle. When PDR is performed correctly the surface will be flawless. Once PDR is performed the dents will never return.
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Know Your Rights
After a Hailstorm, Choice of Repair Shops is the Most Important Decison. Your car is one of the second largest investment you're likely to make after buying a house. Assure your family's safety and preserve the value of your investment by having it repaired correctly. Sometimes, vehicle owners don't understand they play an important role in selecting the most qualified shop in the repair process. As a result, they can fall victim to incorrect information, confusing claims processes and, sometimes, just plain wrong advice.
Do I have the right to choose the shop that will repair my car?
Absolutely. There are no laws, rules or regulations requiring that you must have your vehicle repaired at the “cheapest” shop or one “preferred” by the insurance company because of a special relationship it may have with these shops. You should select a repair facility based on their skill, service, knowledge, reputation and guarantee of their workmanship.
Do I need to get two or three estimates?
No. Notify the insurance company responsible because their adjuster may need to inspect the damage to your vehicle. If your car is safe to drive and the insurance company has a drive-in claims service, you should call them for an appointment and take your car in for an inspection.
Go to your appointment and make sure you obtain a copy of the insurance adjuster's estimate. Then, take the estimate and your vehicle to the shop of your choice. If you are unable to take your vehicle to the drive-in claims center, you can leave your car at our shop and notify the insurance company to inspect the car at our location.
Some insurance agents may tell you to “get two or three estimates.” However, you should talk to the insurance claims office first. Generally claims are handled by insurance claims departments, not agents. Differences in repair estimates are common. A lower estimate may not include parts and services necessary to assure a long-lasting repair. If you choose to obtain estimates, but you are unable to tell the difference between them, we are glad to answer your questions. We’ll show you the difference in black and white and explain how it relates to the repair quality. Do not get an estimate from a shop you would not want to repair your vehicle.