Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Introduces Body Shop Phone App For Consumers - aftermarketNews

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Introduces Body Shop Phone App For Consumers

The new app will provide immediate access to the user's friends and family contacts, insurance company or agent, vehicle identification data, local emergency services (police, fire, ambulance and hospitals), geographic location of the accident and even tips of what to do if involved in an accident.

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio – Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes has introduced a new body shop app for consumers to utilize in the event of a traffic accident. The new app will provide immediate access to the user’s friends and family contacts, insurance company or agent, vehicle identification data, local emergency services (police, fire, ambulance and hospitals), geographic location of the accident and even tips of what to do if involved in an accident. It is capable of retrieving the contact information for nearby towing services, Sherwin-Williams A-Plus Network body shops and car rental locations.
 
“Any time you’re in an accident, it’s a very stressful occasion. Fortunately, most drivers now have their cell phones with them. This new app will supply drivers with the data and contact information through their cell phone to make the entire post-accident process go as smooth as possible,” says Troy Neuerburg, manager of marketing business services at Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes.
 
According to Neuerburg, this mobile phone app also can help drivers prepare an accident report and share photos from the scene of the incident. The new app is free for consumers and can be downloaded for iPhone users at Sherwin-Williams iPhone App or for Google Android users at Sherwin-Williams Android App or by going to www.sherwin-automotive.com.
 

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