Ultimately, the decision to purchase a Volvo isn’t made just because it looks great, drives superbly and is spacious and practical, but because it ensures for you and those around you maximum protection from injury in the event of an accident.
Even before Volvo invented the life-saving three point seat belt in 1959, they were at the forefront of motor vehicle design and technology and they now have a multitude of safety systems designed to minimise the danger to their vehicle occupants, other road users and even pedestrians in the event of an accident.
If your Volvo is damaged, it is imperative that it is repaired just as if it had been returned to the Volvo factory using genuine parts, trained technicians following prescribed repair methods and using approved refinishing materials.
To guarantee precisely this, it must be repaired by a Volvo approved repair centre such as Reynolds’...selected by Volvo, trained by Volvo and rigorously reviewed and assessed by Volvo.
Don’t just take our word for it...….Ask Volvo.
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