Get your estimate in three simple steps

  • Step 1: Upload a video or several images

    To give you an accurate estimate we need to see images of the damage to your vehicle.

    Please send us three clear photographs per damaged area or one video: taken square on, at an angle (both about 1m away) and close-up of the damage.

  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, mp4, pdf.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, mp4, pdf.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, mp4, pdf.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, mp4, pdf.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, mp4, pdf.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, mp4, pdf.

What we can repair:

Bumper repair

Scratch repair

Scrape repair

Plastic repair

Multipanel scrape repair

Tailgate dent repair

Bumper scuff repair

Bonnet dent repair

Please select tip category for advice:

• Taking a video of the vehicle damage can make getting a quote that much simpler, you don’t have to worry about getting the perfect image.

• All you need is footage from different angles as you stand about 1 metre away from the area of damage. Move around the repair site to get a variety of angles.

• Before you end the video, move in closer to the damage. This can really help the technicians see what they will be working with.

• When getting ready to upload your video, make sure you have a shot of the damage straight on as well as a view from the side and a close up.

• Video from these angles means our technicians can give you an accurate quote, videos that don’t meet these standards can slow down the estimation process.

 

 

• Taking photos of the damage is best if you have more than one area of focus. You’ll need to take three photos for each area of repair on your car.

• To start with make sure you are standing about 1 metre away from the area of damage, then take a photo of the damage from the front and side.

• For your final photo, move in closer to the damage. This can really help the technicians see what they will be working with.

• When getting ready to upload your photos, make sure they show the damage straight on as well as a view from the side and a close up.

• Photos from these angles mean our technicians can give you an accurate quote, photos that don’t meet these standards can slow down the estimation process.