Hilton Head Auto Body Experts

We offer only first-class professional and advanced autobody services that you expect and deserve. We welcome and work with all insurance companies and always provide free estimates. The proper repair of collision damage is critical to the safety and performance of your vehicle so each vehicle is repaired to factory specifications in our state-of-the-art collision repair facility. Our highly skilled I-Car and ASE certified technicians use only the highest quality materials and equipment. Lifetime Warranty

We perform collision repairs on all foreign and domestic makes and models. We invest in the best, cutting-edge technology to give you the ultimate in auto body repairs and customer service. If you have any questions regarding collision repairs, auto painting, or restoration, always feel free to contact us or stop by Hilton Head Island location. Tell your insurance company you want H & H Auto Body. You deserve the best!

Auto Body Versus Auto Service – Which Do You Need?

Posted Tuesday, September 06, 2016

When considering whether you need auto body versus mechanic repairs, many people make the mistaken assumption that mechanics are qualified to perform all auto repairs. A lot of people view cars as a pile of parts that can be screwed and bolted together by anyone with the right tools. These assumptions often lead to dissatisfaction with the repairs performed, which isn’t really fair to auto body shops or mechanics. It’s like going to a general practitioner for a facelift and being disappointed by the results.  Read More

Car Seat Replacement After an Accident

Posted Wednesday, August 10, 2016

You may not be aware of this, so H&H Autobody wants to make sure you are. Did you know that if you have been involved in a car crash and had a child restrained in a child car seat, the seat may need to be replaced. In April 2004, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced changes to the agency’s recommendations about replacing child safety seats following a crash. NHTSA explains: “The change was made to ensure parents or caregivers continue to correctly restrain their children following a minor crash and to reduce the burden of unnecessary child safety seat replacement.”  Read More

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