ChipsAway is the UK's leading minor car body repair specialist
Established for almost 20 years and as the originators of minor automotive paint repair technology, ChipsAway have built a fantastic reputation for providing high quality repairs to minor car paintwork scratches, bumper scuffs, alloy wheels, smart repairs and dents to car body work - eliminating the inconvenience and potential expense of using a body shop.
With the largest network of repair specialists in the UK, our customers benefit from a fantastic local service backed up by a nationally recognised brand with extensive industry experience.
- High Quality
Professional repairs carried out using the unique ChipsAway system preserve the integrity of the car's original paintwork and therefore its value. It is no surprise that ChipsAway specialists regularly carry out work in the motor trade for premier brands such as Mercedes, Audi, Ferrari, BMW and Porsche.
ChipsAway specialists are capable of repairing everyday wear and tear to your car paintwork, operating from fully-equipped mobile workshops and fixed-base CarCare Centres - we can save you both time and money!
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The car that parks itself?
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The bad parkers amongst us will no doubt be rejoicing at the news as it means an end to circling the car park for a space on a busy Saturday, offloading all other passengers in the car because it’s a ‘tight squeeze’ and forgetting where exactly you parked whilst laden down with shopping bags.
Top summer driving tips
This year an estimated seven million Brits will use their cars to transport themselves on their annual summer holiday, and two million of those people will be taking them abroad.
"A lot of people don't realise that extended periods of intense heat and high levels of the sun's harmful UV light can do more damage to a car than freezing weather conditions,” ChipsAway CEO, Tim Harris, warns.