Safety, first and last
Safely repairing a car today takes skill and technically-advanced quality tools and equipment. At a Renewit location you’ll find highly qualified trained technicians who recommend only quality OEM parts. Isn’t it worth it to make sure that you are using the most qualified people and parts to restore your car to its pre-collision condition?
When you bring your car to a Renewit location a step-by-step process is followed that guarantees professional results. Demystifying the repair process
Quality is standard
OEM PARTS AND SERVICE
OEM, (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts have been designed for your car and will work just like the factory-installed parts do. Using aftermarket parts to cut the cost of your repairs may seem like a money saver but could affect the value of your car, void your car’s warranty and most importantly of all, affect your safety.
OEM parts are exactly like the one’s your car came with, so they fit like a glove and work perfectly.
If leasing, you will be required to return your car in the same condition as originally leased. Some leasing companies will forbid you to add any parts that reduce the car's value.
Some contracts stipulate that you cannot replace any parts without the leasing company's permission. If your leased car needs repairs after a collision, you'll likely have to use OEM parts.