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Multiple injuries to your car can result into double excess, as such injuries require separate insurance claims. That said, it\'s always best to prepare for these instances so you don\'t have to lose your car to injury repair for a long time. Read these slides to find out what you need to do to file a successful a car insurance claim.

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did you know that two separate injuries to your

Did you know that two separate injuries to your car actually result in two separate

insurance claims and therefore double the excess? It is a common misconception that

an insurance claim will cover multiple incidents around their vehicle. One upset client

who previously found out in hindsight that getting their rear bumper with both corners

damaged, fixed through insurance, resulted in having to pay two excesses. They also

lost the use of their car for over a week.

If you’d prefer to get the whole bumper fixed below your excess, then call the Touch Up

Guys today.

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General Manager Paul Hawken shares a story about

a client’s experience with car insurance claims.

it s always best to be prepared in everything

It’s always best to be prepared in

everything. Visit our FAQ page to

find answers to other frequently

asked questions about car repair