Mopar Launches Total Loss Avoidance Programme in the UK

Mopar, Fiat Chrysler Automobile's aftersales brand, has announced the launch of the Total Loss Avoidance Programme in the United Kingdom.
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Available for all Fiat Group approved body repair shops and British Standard Kitemark approved facilities, the new program targets vehicles that are categorised as "beyond economical repair" by insurance companies after being involved in accidents.

“Total loss means the car is not repaired by the insurance company and the owner is usually provided with the pre-accident value of their car," says Andy Hayward, Mopar parts & service commercial manager. "However in most instances our customers would prefer to have their car repaired, without the need to buy another one, as this is inconvenient and, usually, creates further cost to obtain an equivalent car.”

According to Mopar, "the insurer will authorise the repair as it now falls within its financial parameters and therefore does not require the disposal of an accident-damaged car. The bodyshop will continue to complete the repair, the franchised dealer sells the parts and retains the vehicle for future servicing and the customer has their car repaired to the correct standard using genuine parts which have a two-year European-wide warranty."

Fiat Group customers can find out more about the Total Loss Avoidance Program and how it operates by visiting FiatGroupTLA.
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