If there are depressions in the body of your car and you are in either of the following situations, then you should consider having one of the panel beaters in your local area resolve this damage.
You wish to sell your car soon
If you are hoping to sell your car soon, then it is definitely a good idea to arrange for a professional who offers panel beating services to fix the depressions in your vehicle's panels. When you're trying to make a sale, first impressions are of the utmost importance. If the first thing a prospective buyer sees when they meet you is a car that is covered in indentations, they may form negative conclusions about the condition of the vehicle before they have even taken a closer look or gone for a test drive, since depressions in the panels of a car are often the result of road accidents.
As such, if a prospective buyer notices this type of damage, they may worry that the vehicle has been in a serious collision that has not only damaged its body but has also caused other, less visible faults (even if this is not actually the case and you have explained how the dents were formed).
Additionally, most potential buyers will limit their search to cars that look good and, unfortunately, large dents can make an otherwise stylish-looking vehicle appear unsightly and dilapidated.
You want to keep your car functional for as long as possible
Even if you have no intention of selling your car, you should still use a panel beating service if you want your vehicle to remain functional for as long as possible. If you don't have the dents removed and you get involved in a road accident which results in these dented areas being hit, a hole or a crack may form in these already-damaged sections of the panels. If this happens, it might not be possible for this kind of extensive damage to be repaired, and you may instead have to replace all of the affected panels.
This will not only cost far more than paying a panel beater to fix the original dents but may also result in you not being able to use your car for several weeks (as it may take a long time for the repair shop to source and install the panels for your make and model of vehicle).
To learn more, contact a company like Dandy Smash Repairs.