Interiors of vehicles can also suffer damage, such as fabric tears, chipped vinyl and scuffed surfaces.
Leather seats and interiors can be ripped, but bodywork and interior Plymouth experts can carry out seamless repairs.
Seat covers made from velour, whether plain or patterned, can be fixed, whether you've got holes caused by cigarettes, or bald patches and rips have occurred.
Trim and vinyl dashboards can also get scuffed and scratched, whilst mobile phone holders can leave behind holes when removed, which can be unsightly.
Defects like these can be filled and painted, however, in order to match the rest of the car interior.
Alloy wheels are an attractive enhancement to vehicles whether you drive a Honda or a Lotus. Varying spoke and rim designs can be chosen between when looking at alloy wheels, as well as different colours and sizes, from 15" to 19" versions.
Unfortunately damage to alloys can occur, either from daily driving or effects of weathering. Corrosion caused by salt content in road grit frequently occurs, and around rims, bubbling can ruin your alloys.
Kerbing and denting of alloys can also occur whilst you're parking your car, whilst scuffing can damage the texture of alloys. Plymouth body work specialists can restore your alloys through shot blasting, lacquering and painting to provide completely refurbished alloys that enhance the look of your car's tyres.
Attached to the rear and front of every vehicle are bumpers, therefore bumpers are the primary place on a vehicle to be hit and damaged in a bump or impact with road furniture or other cars.
If you're lucky, only minor damage will be caused, such as small dents or dings, scuffing in paintwork or scratches in the surface.
Higher levels of damage can be caused in larger impacts, like cracked or split bumpers.
Experienced garages in Plymouth can provide bodywork services such as bumper replacement when they are beyond repair, or filling, painting and re-texturing where damage is more minimal.
Most parts of a car can be affected by scuffs and scratches, making marks and blemishes, ruining the inside or the exterior surfaces of your Plymouth car. Inside vehicles, decorative trim and vinyl dashboards can be damaged by items being transported in your car, from gardening materials and tools to flat pack items and luggage.
Ceiling fabric and carpets can also get damaged. Outside your vehicle, bumpers are often damaged by hitting barriers, bollards or walls, whilst textured surfaces of alloy wheels can get scraped by kerbs causing paint to be lost from the surfaces and leaving them liable to rust damage.
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