The main need for a large body shop is fundamentally a large and constant flow of repairs, which forces its managers to establish “agreements” with different operators (insurers, renting, repair management platforms, networks, etc.) guaranting them the volume of repairs necessary to cover all the structural expenses that an installation of that type has.

These “redirected volumes” almost never, if ever, are fulfilled, but they are promised in exchange for very tight economic conditions, which in the vast majority of cases border on the cost price, both in price / time and in the chain of value-added services (photoperception, substitution car, collection and delivery, etc.) that the operator requests the workshop as an added value to carry out the redirect (But if for them it is so easy to redirect, why is it necessary to give so many free services?). The conclusion in most cases, are a return below any logic and a vicious circle of agreements that are not met in full by the other party.

Therefore every auto body shop needs to make sure to have a communication network with various related parties, both with individual car owners and with insurance companies. It is very important to be in close contact with as many insurance companies as they are the first to receive complaints from their clients when an incident or accident occurs that causes physical harm to the car.

For clients, they need an auto body shop that can guarantee everything; handle damage from upstream to downstream and detect hidden problems. At this point, price is not the main factor to determine whether someone will take the services offered by an auto body shop. Quality is what matters, at least in this segment. If we can give you advice, visiting is a solution you can take.