These photos were taken by a lease company (prices 2005).
A close-up of the damage from the previous page. Only the damage on the wing was charged, although the damage on the door could also justify a recharge. Lease inspectors are seldom this lenient.
If you have bodywork damage similar to that shown on this page and you are wondering if and how it can be repaired, and how much it will cost, upload a photo to Ask the Experts and we'll advise you - no obligation.
Body Damage: Scuffs & Scrapes
Often scuffs and scrapes to your cars bodywork can be repaired without the need for a visit to the body shop.
Body Damage: body shop Standards
What you need to know before taking your lease car to a body shop.
Article: Smart Repair, body shop Repair, and why we ask you to send us photos!
Trying to explain why sometimes a big scuff can be repaired with SMART, and a small one can't.
'Car Cosmetics' - a new buzzword
So what are car cosmetics? We have our own definitions.
A Repair and a half?
whatever do we mean?
Article: Short-cut to finding a really good
body shop/Panel beater
Some are good and cheap, some are bad and expensive. How to find the right company for you.