Motts are one of the leading independent body repair shops in Essex and Suffolk
Because we are independent we are uniquely placed to give you the best experience in the event of an accident. You may not realise it, but as the policy holder you have complete control over who repairs your vehicle, not your insurer. You don’t have to follow their recommendations about where to get your vehicle repaired. We offer everything an insurer approved body shop can offer, including a courtesy car and recovery services, with several added extras.
- We don’t just replace parts, we can repair them, plus we let you choose branded, new or second-hand parts – giving you options when it comes to the final bill.
- We’ll listen to what you really want for your vehicle accident repair. If all you need is to get your car safely and legally back on the road after an accident, that’s fine. Alternatively, if your car is your pride and joy and you want it returned to the excellent condition it was in before the accident occurred, we will pull out all the stops to make sure that happens.
- We can repair minor SMART bumps and scrapes, limiting the repair to the damaged area only. We can also do welding, panel beating, straightening and engineering work, all in our specialist fitting workshop.
- We’re flexible and will repair not only the damage caused by the accident but also that little bit of cosmetic damage on your driver-side door that you’ve been meaning to get looked at for months – an insurer approved body shop, will only work on the car accident repair it is told to fix by the insurer.
We offer peace of mind at a difficult time
When you’ve been involved in an accident, you need to know that your vehicle accident repair is being taken care of to a professional standard. Take a look at our vehicle body repairs gallery to see examples of vehicles we have worked on. We’ll give you a free, easy to understand, estimate for the work on your car and will take the time to explain to you the work we are undertaking. We promise not to use confusing jargon or baffling technical terms unless you want us too!
You can talk to us about protecting your no claims bonus and we will help you to consider whether it’s more cost effective, both long and short term, to either claim on your insurance for a repair or pay for it yourself.