Wintertime Dents – When Is Time To Repair?

Winter can be very harsh on our vehicles, causing dents and dings that might need to be repaired come spring.

Ice and snow can make it difficult to drive, especially when they were whiteout storms and blizzard-like weather.

If those wintertime conditions didn’t make it difficult enough, roads can have tourists not used to the weather driving or animals crossing into the streets at inopportune times, which can cause accidents to a car.

When these accidents do happen, sometimes the rush to fix the dents can be put off until the weather has calmed.

Why Springtime Is The Better Time To Repair Wintertime Dents

If you have dents or dings that were acquired during the wintertime, unless you are looking to sell or trade-in your vehicle then it might not be wise to repair until springtime after a minor accident or collision.

And with spring around the corner, the driving conditions will be more suitable to not worry about further damages to your vehicle which means that it is also a better time to repair any dings or dents you have.

If you are interested in a high-quality dent repair that won’t hurt your budget or that will work with your insurance coverage, paintless dent repair (PDR) is your solution.

At Impact Paintless Dent Repair, we can fix the dents on your vehicle back to the original shape of the exterior with our PDR techniques and services.

Don’t wait before it is too late and paint starts to chip or the winter weather coms again to begin the oxidation process.

Contact us today at 307 267 7776 for more information on paintless dent repair and how it can help repair your wintertime collision dents.

Written by Chad Harley

Chad Harley

Professional hail technician since 1998. Vale National Master Craftsman 2004. Over a decade of experience in collision repair and refinishing prior to paintless dent repair.

Impact Paintless Dent Repair

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