Kia Vehicle Storm Damage Repairs Service at Lehighton Kia
Summer is a great time to enjoy the warmer weather and sunny days. However, although the weather is nicer, this season can also produce some of the worst storms of the year. Lightning, hail, and strong winds are all different factors that can cause damage to your Kia model. Luckily for you, we have a Kia Vehicle Storm Damage Repairs service right here at Lehighton Kia. Keep on reading to learn more about this special service.
Fix Serious Damage After a Storm
Whether the damage is severe or minor, our service team will work hard to get your Kia model looking new again. Storms can cause different types of damage. This includes dents, scratches, punctures, and broken windows. One of our highly-trained technicians will assess the damage done to your vehicle and take proper action to fix dents from hail, cracked glass from flying debris, and scratches from nearby trees. If needed, we will also apply a fresh paint coat. When your vehicle leaves our service center, it’ll be like it never had any damage at all.
Tips for Protecting Your Vehicle Before a Storm
While it’s great to have this special service for when severe storms hit, we also want to provide you with some tips to avoid or lessen damage and save some money.
- Take before photos of your vehicle so any damage you need to report to your insurance become an easier and smoother process.
- Shelter your vehicle in some way. Whether that is a garage, nearby shelter, a hail blanket, or a sturdy car tent.
- Avoid parking in low-lying areas to avoid any water damage in case of flooding. Parking higher up is always best even if you live in a low flood zone.
- Keep tabs on the weather so that you are always prepared and aren’t thrown off guard by a severe storm.
If your vehicle has received any damage from a storm recently, be sure to schedule a service appointment with us today! However, if you would like more information about our service department and our service, feel free to contact us over the phone, through email, or on Facebook Messenger.