Southwest Collision Center: Collision Repair Experts
There are few things as nerve-wracking as being in a collision. When it happens, your mind can go blank and time can seem to slow. After the initial shock, you are usually very alert as your body is filled with adrenalin. You can be confused and disoriented and the first thing you want to do is step out of your car. But that is not the best idea. First you should take a few deep breathes and assess the situation.
Are you on a road with a lot of traffic? Is everyone okay? Are you in any immediate danger? These are the questions you should be asking yourself. If it seems safe to step out of the car, then make sure to bring your cell phone to take pictures of the damage and a place to write down details and the information you will need for your insurance company.
Once you feel safe and have gotten a grasp of the situation, give Southwest Collision Center a call. We can send a tow truck to come pick up your vehicle or check and make sure it is in proper condition to be driven to our shop.
Everyone on the road shares a part in everyone else’s safety. We feel the same about every vehicle we work on.
Reliable Auto Mechanic
With years of experience helping motorists ensure that their vehicles are safe for the road, we take great pride in our work. Whether it is for maintenance or repair, we are here to make sure you are safe when getting from point A to B. One reason for this is because we value doing good work and keeping our reputation in high standing. But equally important is that when on the road, we all have to look out for each other. If we do not do a proper job then we make the roads less safe for all of us. That is why we take our profession very seriously.
When you come to our shop, we will treat you how we ourselves like to be treated. We listen closely to our clients and their concerns and make sure that they know that their opinion matters to us. We go over every detail of an estimate so our clients understand what work is being done and why. No one wants to be left in the dark when it comes to the vehicle they have invested in.