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Here’s What You Need to Know!

If you’ve had an accident where other people are involved, we recommend you collect the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • License Number
  • Vehicle Make and Model
  • Vehicle Registration Number

We also suggest that you take note of your exact location at the time of the accident, noting any nearby landmarks, side street names, etc.

If you’re still at the scene of the accident, and your vehicle isn’t safe to drive, then you need to contact the Police Tow Line on 08 8231 5555 to arrange a tow truck to bring your vehicle to our workshop. If possible, please call our office to advise us that your vehicle is being towed to our workshop.

If you have driven away from the scene of the accident, and then realised that your vehicle is not safe to drive, please call our office so we can assist you in arranging a tow truck.

You can contact your insurance company before or after seeing us for a quote. The sooner we have your claim information, the sooner we can arrange an assessment with your insurance company.

Alpine Crash Repairs is affiliated with the following insurers.

You do not need to make an appointment for us to look at your car initially. Our assessment only takes 10-15 minutes and there is always someone available during our trading hours who can assess your damage and take the required photos.

Once we have completed the quote on your vehicle, we will be able to give you an estimation of how long it will take to complete repairs. In some instances, we may require your vehicle for longer than anticipated if we discover additional damage once the car is disassembled, of have difficulties obtaining parts.

In most cases, your excess will be paid to Alpine Crash Repairs when you collect your vehicle at the completion of repairs. Alpine Crash Repairs accepts all EFTPOS and credit cards, except American Express and Diner’s Club, and we do not accept personal cheques. Excess payment must be made in full prior to the vehicle being released.

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