Insurance Accident Repairs

We'll cover your insurance excess*

It’s Your Choice. Not your insurer’s.

Insurance collision accident repairs

 Talk to Haworth Autobody first – we will take care of everything, whether the incident was your fault or someone else’s.

Masking vehicle in preparation for paint

Masking vehicle in preparation for paint

We’re here to help – fully trained, use fully approved parts and materials and are fully committed to you.

We specialise in motor accident and insurance repairs, repairing and respraying your car, van or motorbike following a motor accident, guaranteeing a smooth process and perfect finish to your vehicle every time. We only use the highest quality original and insurance approved parts and paints which meet the stringent specifications demanded by the insurance industry.

Vehicle painted in spraybooth

Vehicle freshly painted in spraybooth

We understand our customers cannot be without their vehicles for long which is why Haworth Autobody in Haverfordwest provide a fast, efficient and quality service to get you back on the road with as little inconvenience as possible, with collection and delivery offered as standard.

Car wing dent identified for insurance repair

Car wing dent identified for insurance repair

We provide free estimates to either you or your insurance company and once agreed you simply pay us the policy excess and we invoice the insurance company on your behalf for all accident repairs carried out. We currently offer to cover your insurance excess.* Get in touch to find out more!

As always we are absolute perfectionists in vehicle paintwork, colour matching & paint finishing and have the experience, tools and skill-set to provide the perfect results for your car or van.

There’s nothing worse than having to deal with the whole process of fixing your vehicle following an accident. With over 40 years experience dealing with Motor Insurance and Motor Accident Repair work in and around Pembrokeshire and West Wales, we take the sting out of the process and give you the confidence that we’ll deliver your vehicle back to you as good as new.

Call today to book in for a free estimate on your motor accident repair.

*Depending on the claim and excess amount

Be Individual

Customise your car by having mirrors, door mouldings, door handles, bumper inserts and bonnets repainted either to match the entire car or to provide a bit of contrast on the vehicle.

This is a very popular choice with customers who want to make their car stand out from the crowd. Combined with a colour change on your alloy wheels it really incorporates your style onto your vehicle. With prices starting from just £49 get in touch and we can help you all the way through.

Colour Coded T5 green and black

Colour Coded T5 green and black


Plastic Bumper Scuffs/Cracks

With our busy roads & car parks, bumper damage can sadly happen all too often, this in turn not only affects the appearance of your car but it’s value too. With over 40 years experience in car body repairs, bumper scuffs & scrapes can be repaired with relative ease & using the latest plastic welding tools & techniques even broken bumpers can often be repaired too avoiding costly replacement parts.

Bumper scuff and scratches

Bumper scuff

 Scratch and Scrape Repairs

Using modern specialist techniques alongside industry standard style repairs (used in dealer bodyshops), we’re able to save money achieving invisible repairs. At Haworth Autobody we pride ourselves’ in offering the very best service from our free on the spot estimates and friendly advice to our expert repairs. We’re sure you’ll enjoy our refreshing approach to car repairs

Dent repairs PDR

Dents on rear wheel arch

Dent Repairs

We use different techniques depending on the extent of the dent(s). Where possible, we will apply a modern technique called PDR (painless dent removal) to keep the costs as low as possible. However, it may be necessary to fill the dent(s) or use a combination of methods to make the repair before priming, flatting and painting to achieve an original finish.

Kerbed and scuffed alloy wheel refurbishment

Wheel kerbing, chipping damage and scratches are frequent; however buying new alloys wheels can be expensive. A standard painted refurbishment is a cost effect way of bringing new life and a polished look back to your wheels.

Alloy wheel scuffs and scratches

Standard alloy wheel scuffed

Haworth Autobody can restore your alloys to either their original finish or your own colour specification for a new look.
To ensure they have a pristine blemish free finish and long life, a standard painted refurbishment will include acid dip and sand blasting the wheels back to the bare metal and repairing any damage before powder coating. A wheel refurbishment can bring most alloy wheels back to being as close to brand new as possible.
Alloy wheel repair and refurb

Standard alloy wheel refurbed

Diamond Cut Alloy Wheel Refurbishment

What is a diamond cut wheel?

This is an alloy wheel which has been put on a lathe and part of or the entire painted surface of the wheel machined off to leave a shiny alloy finish. A small part of the actual alloy is machined off to create this finish. It is then lacquered over to prevent corrosion.

Diamond cut alloy wheel before refurbishment

VW diamond cut alloy wheel – poor condition and bad corrosion

Are diamond cut alloys more expensive?

Yes, they are more expensive to buy and refurbish if damaged due to the extra steps such as “lathing” necessary for a quality repair, and they might not suit any vehicle, but for those cars that look good with diamond cut rims, there is no better choice.

VW diamond cut alloy wheel - refurbished

VW diamond cut alloy wheel – refurbed and looking like new

What is the difference between standard alloy wheels and diamond cut alloy wheels?

A traditional alloy wheel is painted completely by powder coating or a wet spray technique often one colour, the wheels are painted for aesthetic appeal and to stop weather corrosion. Diamond cut alloy wheels will have a part polished and lathed metal face with a layer of lacquer over the top for protection.


Can you powder coat over diamond cut wheels?

Yes, you can indeed have your diamond cut wheels refinished in powder coat and treated just like standard alloys. This option is great for those who are not worried so much with aesthetics or aren’t too keen on the diamond cut finish in general and as the cost is the same for standard alloy wheels, it can save money too.

Diamond cut alloys on stand

Alloy wheel display

Corrosion, damage and split rims causing tyre pressure loss

We generally find a full wheel strip back and refurb is necessary to alleviate slow loss of tyre pressure from corrosion so that the seal between tyre and alloy rim is perfect. Split rims, deep and heavy damage due to curbing can usually be fixed by welding and grinding, sanding or lathing the rim back to it’s original form. Please ask us for an evaluation and advice – we’re here to help in any way we can.