If there are no serious injuries and it is safe to do so, move the car out of traffic. Turn on hazard lights and set out cones, flares or warning triangles. Be especially careful if your vehicle is near any sharp corners and try to place your flares/cones accordingly..
Get information from other involved drivers: names, driver’s license numbers, license plate numbers, and the year, make, model, and color of their vehicles. Also, get contact information from any witnesses to the accident. Use your smartphone or other camera to take photos of the accident scene.
Once you are safe and have collected the information you need, you can contact your insurance company. If your vehicle is not driveable, you can have it towed to directly to our shop so we can begin the repair process. All we need to get started is an insurance claim number. If you don’t have a claim number, we work directly with all insurance providers and can assist you through the process of filing your claim.
Your safety and satisfaction is our primary concern, and our team of highly trained staff who know exactly what you're going through are here and ready to help you through this process. If your vehicle is still driveable but has broken mirrors or lights, we recommend getting it looked at as soon as possible to help you avoid any other potential mishaps or moving violation tickets. If it's not driveable, we can help with arranging a tow service or whatever needs you may have. Our team of experts will help you schedule an appointment as quickly as possible, sometimes even same day, to get your car in. We know your time is valuable, so we also created an online appointment scheduler for those of you who are too busy to call during the day. We know how frustrating it can be when you need to get something done outside of a businesses normal hours, so we'll work with you if you need to come by earlier or later than our normal business hours.
Restoring a classic vehicle can be a very rewarding project. The process can be long, arduous, and present many unexpected obstacles, but it is well worth it in the end.
The best way to get your project started is to decide if you want the vehicle restored to original specification or if you want it to be restored with modern touches, like power steering, fuel injected motor, and/or custom frame and suspension components. The sky (and budget) is the limit when it comes to customization. Our team is capable of pretty much anything you can imagine.
Once you have an idea of what you want to do with your vehicle, it’s time to share your project details with us. The best way for us to keep a detailed record of your project, goals, and expectations is to upload images of your vehicle's current condition, along with photos of parts and accessories that you may have already compiled for the project. Along with the photo submission, give us details about the project. Let us know the history you have with the vehicle, how long you’ve had it, where it came from, and other modifications or repairs that you’ve completed with it in the past. Knowing the history you have with your vehicle is important to us. It helps us understand more about your personal style and taste and allows our team to better assist you with your build as move through the design phase.
We know how important your project is and we want to get working on it as soon as possible. Sometimes we go through phases where we are extremely busy, so we can’t guarantee a project start date, but you can expect a call within 1-2 weeks after you submit your project so we can discuss your details and develop a timeline.