Condition Now offers a unique way for consumers to document the quality of work that was done on their vehicle. We offer you peace of mind when going to a body shop, as we only partner with companies that display that same dedication to transparency and accountability as we do. Want to get more for your repaired vehicle on the market when it comes time to sell or trade it in? A repair report from Condition Now is an investment in the future value of your vehicle. Contact one of our valued body shop partners today to learn more!
For most people their vehicle is likely one of their most expensive assets. Vehicle repairs and refurbishment to such a valuable asset could lead to a lot of heartache and expense for an owner. Our network of OEM certified body shops and IADA inspectors interact and hold each other to the highest standards that the industry has to offer. Once you’ve had a Condition Now inspection, you get a report that states all the data on your vehicle along with pictures that show the current condition.
Eventually, the time will come to sell or trade your car after repairs. Once you get into an accident, as we mentioned, the value of the car goes down compared to others that haven’t been involved in an incident. However, if you’re going to get top dollar for your vehicle, getting a Condition Now report gives you an edge over other sellers. Our report details the fixes done by the body shop and even breaks it down into an easy-to-read format so that purchasers (and yourself) can understand what and how it was done.
When a car has been in an accident, the vehicle’s value depreciates because of the incident. The only way you can ensure that your vehicle will be repaired to the highest standards is by choosing a reputable and qualified repair facility. Likewise the only way of limiting that depreciation is by documenting those repairs through our industry recognized inspection process. Condition Now generates a detailed report on the restorations done that will satisfy even the most discerning of future purchasers of the vehicle.