HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT? RELY ON LUCKY CAR EXPERTISE!
It happens quicker than the blink of an eye. Suddenly you’re hit by someone or involved in an accident – what now?
It’s important that you contact us as quickly as possible so we can fix the damage without any delays. We provide expert and quality repairs for damage caused by accidents – no matter how severe. Rely on our state-of-the-art technology and the extensive experience of our Lucky Car employees. Our specialist garages that conform with the highest standards can repair anything from minor panel damage to complicated damage caused by accidents on our car benches. We professionally restore your car to its former glory. Once we’re done, it will be almost impossible for differentiate your car from an accident-free one.
Upload 1-3 photos of the damage and provide a short description.
Provide us with your contact details.
We’ll get back to you as quickly as possible and discuss all relevant details, including an estimate of the repair costs. Our Lucky Car specialists are usually able to repair most damage within 72 hours at our garages in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s certified guidelines. You’ll be back behind the wheel in no time! We can also provide a replacement car free of charge for you to use until the repairs are complete.
No damage is too big or small for us!
WHAT SHOULD I DO AFTER REPAIR WORK?
If the car is resold after undergoing repair work, it is important to check whether it is regarded as a vehicle involved in an accident (Unfallwagen). According to the common definition, any vehicle damaged in an accident is regarded as a vehicle involved in an accident. There is a legal difference depending on the severity of the damage:
If the damage only concerns minor scratches to the paint, it does not need to be disclosed. However, if entire parts needed to be replaced or repainted, the vehicle must be declared as a vehicle involved in an accident. In principle, for the sake of fairness and to avoid any legal consequences for misjudgement, all damage should be disclosed when selling a vehicle and be recorded in the purchase agreement. If the damage is openly communicated and detailed invoices proving the damage was properly repaired by a specialist garage are provided, the loss in value is usually low despite damage from an accident.