A major car accident is every driver’s worst nightmare. As the dust settles, major collision repair will probably be the last thing on your mind after a serious car accident. However, when you or your family member is ready to get back on the road, repairing your vehicle will be necessary. Major collision repair can be tricky, and having your vehicle totaled isn’t always the worst option. In today’s blog post, Cox Collision reviews three common forms of major collision repair.
Bumper and Fender Work
Most of us have been involved in a fender bender, and bumper or fender work is arguably the most common major collision repair. Rear-end collisions are the most common types of collisions, and in those types of wrecks, bumpers and fenders take the brunt of the damage. These crashes often lead to vehicles being totaled, and even a vehicle isn’t totaled, rear-end collisions often lead to serious body work.
Major Frame Repair
When you are involved in a t-bone crash, it is very likely that your vehicle’s frame will be damaged. This reality could mean several things because your vehicle includes several different frames. First, your door frame and panel is going to take severe damage in a t-bone crash. This leads to major body repair, but it is often repairable. However, having chassis damage that needs major frame repair is more complicated. Structural damage often requires extensive and expensive repairs.
If you have been involved in a major collision and your vehicle sustained front end damage, it will almost certainly need alignment repair. When it comes to alignment, there are many moving parts involved, and the constant exposure to potholes and speedbumps means that the alignment may become a problem again. This is most commonly seen with accidents that impacted your vehicle’s chassis or wheels. In a serious enough accident, alignment can be difficult to fix permanently.
Contact Cox Collision for Major Collision Repair
It can be difficult to find affordable, effective major collision repair. If you have been in a serious car crash, Cox Collision wants to work with you to repair your vehicle. For more information on what we can do for you, get in touch with us at (417) 877-0077 or contact us online today.