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Question DetailsAsked on 7/16/2013

where are the good and honest auto body shops in the columbus ga and phenix city area?

I have a 2010 ford fusion I just bought, brand new looking and got into an accident. I just changed my deductible from 250.00 to 500.00 two days before the accident! I need help in finding a reputable shop where I can get the best price and still get parts that aren't used, aftermarket, etc..I would really appreciate anybody's advice, input, etc..thank you.

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Hi there! This is Weston from Member Services.

It seems you spoke with my colleague yesterday afternoon and she passed along some highly-rated providers to help you out with your auto needs. I hope the information was helpful which she passed along to you!

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Answered 6 years ago by Member Services


First, check with your local Ford dealer. If they have a decent body shop....have them repair your car.

If not...speak with the parts dept. at any local new car dealer and ask them about good independent body shops in your area. They will usually know which shops to stay away from and which ones you can trust. Also ask your insurance company about preferred body shops they work with.

Source: 26 years working for Toyota, selling parts

Answered 6 years ago by Guest_941718720

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