Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body

Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body
Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body is listed in the Automobile Body Shop Services category in Hooksett, New Hampshire. Displayed below are the social networks for Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body which include a Facebook page and a Linkedin company page. The activity and popularity of Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Contact information for Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body is:
22 Francis Ave
Hooksett, NH 03106
(603) 668-5846

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Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body has an overall ZapScore of 76. This means that Auto Re-Nu-It Auto Body has a higher ZapScore than 76% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Hooksett, New Hampshire is 40 and in the Automobile Body Shop Services category is 33. Learn more about ZapScore.

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7 THINGS YOU SHOULD DO AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT: You're probably reading this after you've left the scene of your car accident. But in case you're wondering whether you did all the right things at the scene, here is a look at the 7 things you should have done. Click on the links for in-depth information on each step. 1. Stop. As soon as it's safe to do so, stop your vehicle. 2. Don't Leave the Scene Early. Fleeing the scene of an accident comes with harsh consequences, both civil and criminal. 3. Call the Police. You may be required to call the police if anyone has been injured, and it's good to have an officer at the scene in any case. 4. Gather Information and Write it Down. Here's what kind of information to preserve while the incident is still fresh in your mind, and in the minds of others. (name, address, phone numbers, insurance information) 5. Be Careful What You Say. Statements you make at the scene almost always do more harm than good. (never admit fault. . .let the police take care of that) 6. Don't Make Any Agreements. Striking a deal with the other driver is almost always a bad idea. 7. Take Photos of the Scene. Pictures are the best way to preserve the accident scene and capture the extent of vehicle damage.

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Have you ever wondered why white, black and silver are the most popular car colors in the United States? One big reason is these are the colors dealers often stock their cars, leaving those who want to drive off the lot today few choices in color.

Body shops can be very helpful even when you haven’t been in an accident. Virtually all collision repair centers will also remove dents and repair damage from weather, such as hail. They have the equipment and know-how to get your vehicle back to its former condition.

If you’ve recently been involved in a collision, you might have noticed a new trend in auto collision reports. In lieu of the term “accident,” many police officers and insurance representatives have been taught to use the term “incident” instead.