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Get Out of Your Wrecked Car Now

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 08, 2013

You just wrecked your vehicle and it's been towed from the accident scene. No injuries, thank heavens.

What do you do next?

  • Call insurance company – report accident
  • Get a rent-a-car
  • Start weighing options on repair or replacement of wrecked vehicle
  • Wait…

#4 is what you better get used to because you are no longer in control of your destiny. Your insurance adjuster will decide if your car will be repaired or totaled. There's a formula, there are legal guidelines and corporate policies, none of which are your concern. You may not even get an explanation as to how things are decided or calculated and you may not even be able to choose your own repair shop (without some resistance anyway).

You just wait…

Why wait? Contact DamageMAX and get a free price quote on your wrecked vehicle now! Knowledge is power and if you can sell your wrecked vehicle "as-is", having that information before you get the call from your insurance adjuster will be your advantage.

Take charge and take control now. Quit waiting around for someone else to decide your automotive destiny. Bank your wrecked car with DamageMax, take the repair check for your vehicle and go get yourself a new ride.

DamageMAX is your ACE in the hole.

Quit waiting around and make something happen now.

Call 888-629-2137 or visit damagemax.com for a free no obligation price quote on your wrecked vehicle.


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