Superior Auto Body has been in business since 1961, and SGI accredited since 1982... There are many reasons they have so many loyal longstanding clients from all over the city, but mostly it is the small, personal touches that they offer to people who have been unfortunate enough to require their services. They offer newer model courtesy cars and vans for their clients..and to help out they will actually pick up your vehicle and take it to your SGI appointment for you and deliver the courtesy car to you at home... Superior take pride in their workmanship... as they always say, "When we get through it's just like new".
Here Monty shares a Trusted Tp on what to do when you have an accident!
1. Exchange information with the other driver involved in the collision.
Get the other driver's:
•licence plate number
A Collision Report form (pdf, 55 kb) can help you remember what information to collect. Print a copy and keep it in your glove box.
If applicable, get the names and addresses of any witnesses. Witnesses can be crucial in determining who's at fault or responsible for the collision.
When to report your collision to the police
You must report the collision to the police if any of the following circumstances apply:
•the collision results in injury or death. If there are injuries, you must also report the collision to 1 of our injury claims offices.
•it's a hit and run
•a driver is impaired
•any of the vehicles involved have to be towed from the scene
•the collision involves a vehicle that does not have a valid licence plate or is an out-of-province vehicle If none of the above apply, you only need to report the collision to SGI.
2. File your claim.
To file your claim, you can:
•use SGI online auto claim registration service, Auto eClaim
•call SGI Dial-A-Claim service during normal office hours at the claims centre closest to your home Have the following ready when reporting your claim:
•your driver's licence
•your vehicle registration
•if applicable, your auto extension insurance policy number
SGI will then set up an appointment to have your vehicle appraised and the damage assessed.
3. Meet with an SGI appraiser.
On the day of your appointment, drive your vehicle to the claims centre. The appraiser will assess the damage to your vehicle and the cost of repairs. If your vehicle isn't safe to drive, they'll arrange to have it towed to 1 of our claims centres.
4. Have your vehicle repaired.
Once the appraisal is done, you'll get a printout outlining the cost of repairs if your vehicle is repairable. After your adjuster confirms your insurance coverage is in order, you can have your vehicle repaired at the auto body shop of your choice.See SGI Vehicle insurance coverage section for details.
5. Authorize payment.
Once your vehicle has been repaired, the body shop will ask you to sign a Certification of Repairs form. This form signifies that you're satisfied with the repairs and authorizes SGI to pay the body shop.
Find Superior Autobody Online at http://www.superiorautobodysk.com/ or go to their listing in AUTO BODY here, or Go visit them at Ave Q South ... they are on THE Saskatoon directory of excellence ..they are your Saskatoon Auto Body experts!