The oh, oh's start after you get (you know who)
Look for a reputable shop by asking neighbors, friends and even the service
shops, who they'd recomend if "Their" car got wrecked. Not id they're
looking for a kickback.
The busiest shop, is not necessarily the best, just most like the insurance
company felatist. Don't be afraid to go into shops, ask for an estimate and
ask to look at some finished product.
In the end, quality is what you want, and if they're afraid to show you
finished product. RUN!
I invite people to look at finished product and give referrences, so if
someone is afraid to do so. They have something to hide.
I hope this helps?
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