My Skoda Kodiaq comes home from the workshop 3 months post accident
Even after leaving the car for 3 long months with them, they delivered the car in mint condition – she drives & feels as good as new.
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Avalanche got delivered finally on the 91st day after it first went to the workshop for accident repair.
Took the delivery & filled her up with Power 100 & there was an ear to ear never fading smile plastered on my face.
Experienced following during these grueling days:
- Impressed with the workshop deeds & professionalism.
- Even after leaving the car for 3 long months with them, they delivered the car in mint condition – she drives & feels as good as new. Tested her at triple digit speeds on an empty stretch – all good.
- Two minor stuff to bother – the battery, which will be replaced under warranty & high beam alignment – left
- GoDigit Insurance paid everything around ₹16 L & my liability came out to be 25K it was OK to proceed with claim, but time felt standstill. Read the fine print, it said only one claim can be taken per year on zero depreciation.
- The supervisor coordinated everything swiftly.
- Before proceeding with claim, insurance company brings sky & earth together just to make sure you aren’t frauding. They ask indirectly about intoxication / number of people travelling (shouldn’t be more than allotted capacity) / valid license / over speeding – if you flunked, claim trashed. They even ask for Log File of your vehicle (available only in 2.0 TSI units) to match it with your explanations. Its like black box of vehicle – recording speed / GPS location / time of impact / RPM / gear / AC / lights / seat belt status & what not parameters – so if you are driving a 2.0 TSI, better don’t lie – claim will be junked.
- Diagnosis of what parts are needed was slow but sure.
- Paint & finish job is fabulous for the workshop – as good as original.
Car has been driven & tested for 1500 kms post delivery – it has laid all my speculations to rest.
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