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If you are in the market for a collision center or body shop, you may have heard the term “Direct Repair Facility” when dealing with insurance companies. But what is a Direct Repair Facility? Keep reading to find out.
If you are a vehicle owner, chances are you’ve found yourself behind a dump truck filled with loose gravel at one point or another. And because these trucks are not always secure, there’s another chance you’ve watched in horror as small rocks and pebbles flew from the back of the truck and bounced off your windshield. For those who weren’t lucky enough to make it out of this scenario chip free, there’s a few things you can do in the damage control department to make sure you don’t find yourself paying for a brand new windshield later down the line.
Unfortunately, most of us will end up needing some kind of accident or natural disaster vehicle repair at some point. Even the most careful drivers sometimes end up in unexpected situations, and after an accident occurs, it can be hard to assess damages on your own. While some cracked and/or chipped windshields require full windshield glass replacement, some can be repaired – at a lower cost to you, the driver. (more…)
When you’re trying to find an auto body shop to repair your vehicle after an accident, your insurance policy has everything to do with who you’ll go with. The most convenient option is to take your car to a Direct Repair Facility (DRF), which is essentially an auto repair facility that is approved by the insurance industry after meeting specific criteria. (more…)