Greensboro Body Company117 S Church Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
Business Hours:Mon – Fri: 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat – Sun: Closed
Things to Know About Greensboro Body Co.
What You Should Do After A Car Accident
- Stay calm. You're breathing fast and might be in shock. Make yourself aware of your body and ask, "am I ok?" Good! Now, check your passengers. Is everyone else ok?
- Stay at the scene of the accident until the police have come and taken your version of what happened.
- When giving your statement, remember that you may not be clear about what actually happened. It's ok to say "I don't know" or "I'm not sure."
- Be sure to exchange names, addresses, phone numbers, and driver's license and insurance information with the other driver.
- If you don't have a camera, use your cell phone to take a photo of the accident scene.
- Your insurer should have given you a pre-insure printed form to carry in your glove compartment that will allow you to sketch the accident scene. Do this while the other party is giving their version to the police.
- If your car is being towed, get the name of the tow company and the name and address of where the car is being towed. Be sure to remove any personal items like your garage door opener or extra house keys.
- Report the accident promptly to your insurance company. The information you've collected at the scene should be in your hand.
10 Things About Collision Repair
- You have the right to go to the repair shop of your choice. You do NOT have go to "their" shop.
- Insurance companies may direct you to their drive-in claims center. You can request that they inspect your vehicle at GREENSBORO BODY CO.
- You are not required to obtain more than one estimate by law!
- Let us navigate your insurance claim on your behalf.
- A lower estimate may not include hidden damage repair. Ask us to explain any differences to you.
- Never drive a car that could be unsafe because of damages.
- Preserve your car's value and your safety by having your vehicle repaired professionally.
- Choose a shop that has unibody repair equipment and certified I-Car or ASE technicians.
- Ask if the replacement parts will be genuine manufacturer parts.
- Before signing the repair order, ask if the shop offers a repair warranty.