Q: Does Ardmore Auto Body accept my insurance?
A: Yes. We accept all car insurance providers. We are the preferred repair facility for Nationwide - On Your Side, State Farm Insurance - Select Service, USAA, and Safeco.
Q: Am I able to use Ardmore Auto Body even if my insurance suggests another shop?
A: Yes. You have the right to use the auto body repair shop of your choosing. Your insurance provider is also responsible for the tow bill if your car needs to be transported to Ardmore Auto Body.
Q: Do I need to notify my insurance provider before I have repairs done on my vehicle?
A: Yes. Your insurance policy states that you must notify them or file a report ahead of time.
Q: Do I need three estimates before my insurance will agree to pay for the cost?
A: No. You are only required to inform your insurance company that your vehicle is going to be serviced at the repair facility of your choosing; be sure to also include the facility's name and location address.
Q: How accurate is the estimate Ardmore Auto Body will give me?
A: Fairly accurate. Occasionally, there may be "supplements" added to the initial estimate based on closer inspection of your vehicle's condition. The supplement will be provided to your insurance company for approval. Work should continue with little or no delay.
Q: How long will it take to repair my vehicle?
A: It depends on the extent of the damage. The staff at Ardmore Auto Body will be able to give you a reasonable estimate for the amount of time it may take.
Q: Will my vehicle be the same as it was before the accident?
A: While we cannot replicate the manufacturer's exact work, Ardmore Auto Body is committed to restoring your vehicle's appearance, safety, and functionality to the specifications of its factory's dimensions and tolerances. We have over 30 years experience and a history of satisfied customers to back up the quality of our work.
Q: Does Ardmore Auto Body guarantee its work?