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Carsmetics Express Accident Repair Expands into Georgia

Carsmetics Express Accident Repair has opened its first location in Georgia after experiencing success with 17 locations in Florida and Southern California.

“Carsmetics will provide Atlanta car owners with an affordable, high quality repair in 24 hours that will make their car look good again,” said Georgia owner/partner Craig Gonzales. “We’re pleased to offer the Atlanta market perfect auto body repairs on vehicles that have light collision or ‘driveable damage.’”

Carsmetics’ pitch to consumers is that it can provide much cheaper repairs than standard collision centers and dealerships due to lower overhead costs from not having to use tow trucks or expensive repair equipment.

Offering one-day repairs, Carsmetic says, has also influenced insurance companies to recommend it since it saves them rental car costs and long repair delays. The company says its rapid growth in Florida proves that consumers and insurers want and need the kind of repair option it provides.

As a DuPont Assurance of Quality Shop, Carsmetics outlines various services from cosmetic to functional repairs, fender benders and auto color matching and repainting.


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Carsmetics Express Accident Repair Centers

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