Will an Accident Void My Warranty?
If you need car repairs after an accident, one of your major concerns may be if your warranty is now voided because of the collision. Every warranty is different, so it’s important to check your specific agreement to see the terms of your protection. Here is what you need to know.
Generally, being in a car accident does not void a warranty. Usually, warranties are only voided after an accident if the car is declared a complete loss and given a salvage title. However, where you get your collision repairs done matters. In some instances, parts used during the car repair process may be considered inappropriate under the terms of your warranty, thus voiding the agreement. Before your repairs are done, make sure you choose a certified collision center and discuss how to get your car fixed without violating any part of your warranty.
B&L Automotive Repairs will work with you to ensure your collision repairs are done in a way that keeps your car protected. You can get more information about our body shop services in Chicago by calling (773) 463-1622.