Saint John’s Collision Repair Specialists

To put it simply there are very few things in life that are more stressful than a collision. If this crash happens to involve your dream custom built car then you it makes it even worse. When a collision occurs there is so much racing through your mind. Is everybody safe? Are there any serious injuries? How did that happen? Is my car OK? How much will the repairs cost?

The first bit of good news that we offer is that this is normal. Having worked in the collision repair business for many years we can assure you that 99.9% of Saint John drivers go through the exact emotions when they are behind the wheel. It is completely normal to feel stressed but know that help is at hand.

That is the second bit of good news. With an award winning collision that has unrivalled workmanship and a customer-first approach to all of our interactions, you can rest assured that you are in the best hands possible. Factor in our unbeatable prices, discount offers for new customers, flexible payment plans and late night and weekend opening hours leaves us to beg the question: what more could you want? If you have been involved in a collision then the first thing you need to do is call our downtown Saint John office today and we will take care of the rest.

What to do after a collision

Many people claim to know what to do after a crash but unless they work in the industry or are police then the chances are that they don’t know the full picture. The fact of the matter is that making the right choices after a crash could save you time, money and a whole lot of extra unnecessary stress. Don’t make silly mistakes. Follow these guidelines and you will be alright.

Never drive away: Irrespective of whether it was a minor tip or a major crash, the one thing that you must not do after a crash is drive away. This is not only negligent and reckless but could land you in serious trouble with the law. This is especially true if any injuries have been incurred. Don’t risk a criminal prosecution and a guilty conscience. Do the right thing and check that everyone is alright.

If there are any injuries then call the police: This point is very important. If you have been involved in a crash and of the persons involved have been injured – no matter how minor – then you must call the police and emergency services. It is also necessary to call the police if you believe that the damage involved is in excess of $2,000 or if you suspect the other party of driving recklessly or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Only leave your car when it is safe to do so: One of the most dangerous things you can do is to exit your vehicle too soon. This could exacerbate injuries or cause another accident.