Make it clear to your auto body shop that you want all brand-new, factory original parts used in your car’s repair. In some states, the law allows for used or aftermarket parts to be applied, but if they don’t fit properly or if they don’t match quite right, you have the right to demand new replacement parts that will restore your vehicle to its original condition. Let the shop know that you’re picky and expect high quality work [otherwise] your car might end up with some ill-fitted panels after the work is done, leaving your car devalued and in poor cosmetic condition.
Finding a credible Redondo Beach or El Segundo collision repair center is not the only thing that should be taken care of, however. Make sure to get a copy of the vehicle’s factory warranty and insurance policy to get a faster move on your car’s repair.