Dent Repair in Conway
A dent is not only damaging to the esthetics of your Conway vehicle, it could also be extremely detrimental to the overall functionality of your car, motorbike or larger vehicle. At Socastee Collision we take immense pride in what we do. That is why when you contact us in need of a vehicle dent repair you can rest assured that you will receive the best and most comprehensive service possible. We have been the leading dent repair garage in Conway for many years. We work hard every day to maintain this hard fought reputation and continue to strive for superior workmanship allied to unrivalled customer service. If you have recently been involved in a collision or simply want to repair a minor dent that is frustrating you then you know who to call. Don’t take chances with inferior garages contact the team you can trust today.
Dent Removal and Dent Repair
Socastee Collision offers a wide range an extensive dent removal and repair service that can remedy small and bigger vehicle impacts alike. The cutting edge equipment that our team of mechanics use at Socastee Collision allows us to repair vehicles in Conway to a standard previously not deemed possible. The advances in equipment mean that instead of having to replace panels or bumpers, our mechanics are capable of manually massaging dents from the damages area and have them back to factory best in no time at all.
Repairing dents in this innovative fashion is extremely convenient for you the driver as it is quicker than filling in and painting the dents it means that you spend less time off the road. In general, repairs of this nature can be made within a few hours.
Tips for Driving at Night
Whether we like it or not, the fact of the matter is that the majority of dents we receive are because of vehicle collisions, and the majority of these collisions occur at night. When driving after sunset it is important that you are extra vigilant as there are a number of additional obstacles to navigate. When driving at night please be aware of the following tips:
- Keep your eyes peeled: Driving in the dark requires a different visual skill-set than driving during the day. In general, this includes scanning the road rather than focusing solely on one location in the distance, which will keep you more alert. Also, being aware of your surroundings can help immensely. For instance, if you are driving in the countryside where moose and other wild life are plentiful then be aware if you see animal eyes moving in the distance that a cautious approach is needed.
- Clean up your act: When driving at night it is imperative that your mirrors, tail lights, turn signals and headlights are all clear of dust, dirt and snow. Failing to do so could impair your vision making a collision and vehicle dent more likely.