Dent Repair on Electric Vehicles
Dent Repair on Electric Vehicles
Since there has been a greater strive for fuel efficiency and lower carbon footprints, electric vehicles have started to gain popularity. Since there are more electric cars on the road, like a Tesla (Model 3, Model Y, Model S or Model X), Hyundai Kona, or a Jaguar I-Pace, more and more of these vehicles have started to show up for dent repair services in Sioux Falls. The types of systems that are used to repair these dents can vary.
If you’re going to Sioux Falls Dent Repair for dent removal from your electric vehicle, you’d be glad to know that they are the only dent repair shop in Sioux Falls that are IMI certified. Because of this reason, you know you can trust their dent repair services.
Incurring hail damage or dings to your electric vehicle can be very stressful – especially if you have an electric vehicle. Fortunately for Sioux Fall residents, technicians at our shop can quickly diagnose the problem your car has, repair the dents and dings, and restore your electric vehicle to its initial condition.
After the repair is done, your car will be available for you to pick up.
Why Should You Choose Sioux Falls Dent Repair?
Sioux Falls Dent Repair is the premier paintless dent repair specialist in Sioux Falls. Not only do we specialize in paintless dent repair, but we are also the only IMI certified car repair shop in Sioux Falls. If you’re booking an appointment for a paintless dent repair at our shop – in most cases, you’ll get your vehicle back the same day.
The certifications that we have are:
- ARC PDR Repair Master Technician Certified
- ARC Hail Damage Repair Master Certified
- PDR Nation Certified:
- Ethics and Standards
- Hail Damage Estimating
- Corrosion Protection and Paint
- NAPDRT Certified
- Dent Trainer Hail Damage Estimating Certified
The PDR Process
Every day, our expert technicians work on the cars that come into our shop. The PDR process can remove a dent or ding from your electric vehicle without compromising the paint or hurting too much of your wallet. But how does the PDR process work?
Evaluating the Damage
The first step to any repair process is evaluating the damage that has been done. Where did the dent happen? How big is it? How can I reach the dent? After evaluating the dent and determining if it can be removed through PDR, the area around the dent is prepared for PDR.
Accessing the Dent
In most conditions, a technician will access the dent from the back side. This means that they will first carefully remove the trim panels, the taillights, and in some conditions, they might have to remove panels like the hood or trunk lid as well.
Once the dent can be accessed, the technician can perform PDR to fix the body of your car. It is crucial that for this step of the process, you have an expert technician working on your car.
Applying Slow Pressure
With the help of specialized tools, the body of the car is massaged so the exterior can be restored to its original position. Because of the expertise of our technicians, we can complete the PDR process on the same day you send us our vehicle.
The Bottom Line
If your electric vehicle has sustained a dent or a ding, contact Sioux Falls Dent Repair for our exemplary services! You can also book us for a free damage assessment.