Renting a car in a foreign country is often unnecessary thing to do if you plan on getting around and seeing the sights of the new country and to maximize your travel experience. What happens if you get into an accident in this foreign country do know what to do, and are you going to be covered?
In this article will attempt to go through the steps to do if you happen to become involved in an automotive accident and what to do with your car rental.
Car Repairs after an Accident
So you wrecked your car. What you do next can make your life a little easier. You first step should be to contact your dealership. No, not to buy a new car. You should contact your dealership so that their collision department can help you get your car fixed. There are many reasons why you want to put your car into the hands of your dealership’s collision department.
- They have trained certified mechanics.
The dealership is going to require that all their technician go through classes so that they are trained as the manufacturer would want them to be. They will know the details of your car, in and out. There is no one better than that to work on your car.
- You are guaranteed to get the parts that you need for your car. You will not have to worry about getting a bad part. All the parts will be certified. That adds to your piece of mind of knowing you will get a good job.
- You can get your car fixed on a schedule. A car dealership will know what parts they have on hand, what parts need to be ordered, and will be able to give you an accurate date of when your car will be ready.
These are just three reasons. When you factor in the customer service you receive and the fair pricing, you will be glad that you went to your dealership. Your warranty will stay intact and you will have confidence that your car’s repairs are made exactly like they should be. That peace of mind will be a bonus. You can call and schedule your car for pick up with most car dealerships. Most dealerships can also assist you in getting a rental car so that you do not miss out on work. For more information you can always contact your local Campbell River Auto Dealer who can help you work through the options.