Mini One Repairs – New door, new wing & blending.
Here’s a couple of pictures of Mini One repairs carried out this week by Non Fault Car Accidents. Not sure what we do and how it differs from your own insurance company? Do read more about our independent accident management services on our website. We will be able to help you if you’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault. Most importantly we take the stress out of an already stressful situation. We handle all the insurance companies, as well as the necessary repairs to your vehicle – whilst you drive a like-for-like replacement!
Mini One Repairs
A blue Mini One came into us with damage to the nearside front door (pictured), as well as damage to the nearside front wing. This was as a result of a non fault car accident. We got to work straight away on the Mini one repairs here at our workshop in Ashley Green, Buckinghamshire.
The nearside front door and front wing were replaced with brand new parts, but not before we had touched up the rest of the nearside. Stage one of the Mini one repairs were underway. Here’s the Mini with the door and wing removed. You can see that the filler and primer have been applied. The new parts and the nearside are then sprayed to a manufacturer’s finish. For this we use our on-site precision matching paint system which we use to ensure an exact match in colour and shine.
After a turn in our low bake oven, the Mini One repairs were complete. Next for us is to carry out a wash, wax and polish which ensures you barely recognise your car when it’s swapped for the hire vehicle. Here’s the Mini One with a sparkling new nearside and a shot of it just before leaving the workshop for it’s rightful home.
Another happy customer for Non-Fault Car Accidents. Our aim is to remove the stress and inconvenience involved with any vehicle accident and we do this whilst also delivering excellent customer service as a priority. For more information or a chat about how we could help you please call us on 0845 055 2074 or start a claim using our online claim form.