Whether you’ve been in an accident or something has gone wrong, you will need to visit an auto body shop at some point. However, given how busy everyone’s schedule is these days, that task can be challenging to achieve. Not everyone has obliging parents who can take care of it. Luckily, that’s one area where USVRS can help you out. Did you know that we can drop your car off at the auto body shop, then retrieve it once the service is complete? After that, we can have it dropped off wherever you need it to go!
Finding a Body Shop
It’s always a blessing to live within easy travel distance of an honest auto body shop that will do whatever they need to do as carefully and responsibly as they can, including knowing when to avoid unnecessary charges that could leave the customer high and dry with a bill they can’t pay for; that is a rare breed.
It’s also something that we here at USVRS highly respect. In that vein, getting all the repairs and work orders completed and filled out in a timely fashion is always worth it. When you let the team at USVRS take care of it for you, then it is one less concern you will have to worry about – and you can’t put a price on peace of mind.
What You Will Need
However, even when you choose to have the experts at USVRS help you with all your auto body shop needs, there are some papers you will need to provide. Whether you live in the District, Maryland, or Virginia, you will need to furnish us with your vehicle’s registration, along with a copy of your insurance card.
This policy must be active an in-force, and not one that has either expired or has not taken effect yet. Then, you must include vital contact information such as the name, street address, and a phone number belonging to the car dealership or auto body shop you would like your vehicle to be ferried to once you turn over the keys; maintenance garages are also acceptable. Lastly, you will also have to enclose the name of the service writer, contact, and the team that will perform the service on your car or truck.
How to Contact Us
When you need help navigating the DMV in DC and Virginia, or the MVA in Maryland, then get in touch. Our online contact form can make it easier for you to reach us. Just be sure to leave your name, phone number, email address, and a short description of how we can help you with; our phone number is 202-342-2558, and our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Are you on social media? Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!