Johnston, Lynnaire
December 2006
Company Vehicle;Dec2006, p34
The article explains how insurance and automobile panelbeating work hand-in-hand. The disadvantages of having the job repaired at the cheapest price are elaborated by Dean Letcher, owner of Sallen Panelbeaters in Onehunga, New Zealand. The benefits and companies that offer paintless dent removal in New Zealand are presented. Lumley Insurance offers a policy called the TOP pak, which is specially designed transport package for operators with 20 vehicles or less. The options under the coverage are mentioned.


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