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Improve the look and value of your car with Axi-dent mobile paint-less dent removal (PDR)


service, run by Abbots Langley‘s Rob


Stevens, has been improving the appearance and value of cars in Hertfordshire and North London for 10 years. Axi-dent was formed in early 2001 by Rob


Stevens, who has lived in Abbots Langley with his wife and children for more than 15 years. Rob said: ―We are a professional, friendly and


reliable company and we cater for commercial, industrial, fleet and private individuals. With more than 75,000 vehicles repaired in this time, you can put your trust in us. ―We remove dents, dings, creases and hail


damage on vehicles. We also offer a free quotation; our customers either send photos of the damage through email, text or call us to give a description of the damage on the car.‖ Typical damage causes include being hit by


other car doors in supermarket car parks, shopping trolley damage, football accidents, golf balls, road stones and vandalism. Rob said: ―One small dent can devalue the car by a few hundred pounds – by using Axi -dent not only is the PDR quicker but we also offer huge savings that can work out up to as much as 70 per cent


The Axi-dent team.


cheaper than using traditional body shop repairs. The original factory paintwork is maintained and repairs can be undertaken at your home, workplace or business. ―We can also help increase value of car, are


environmentally friendly – no need of aerosols, paints, primers etc and repair dents without losing your no-claim bonus.‖ Rob has been in the automotive industry for


more than 25 years. He said: ―I started my PDR career with


Dentmaster, the UK and Europe‘s specialist paint-less dent removal company – who pioneered PDR in the early 1990s. ―I have worked in both the UK and Europe‘s


top car manufactures – removing those unsightly dents, creases and hail storm damage done to vehicles.‖


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