Body shops are a great place to get things done.
But they can also be a hassle, especially if you’re a beginner.
If you’ve got a problem with a body shop, here’s everything you need to know about getting it fixed.
How do I know if my body shop is clean?
Your body shop should be clean and free from the scum and debris that can affect your health.
If your body is filthy, it’s probably not the body shop you need.
How long does it take to fix a body?
The time between your visit to your body repair shop and the time you receive a new body can be as long as an hour or more.
However, the sooner you fix your shop, the faster your health will improve.
How much does it cost to fix my body?
You may be surprised to find out how much it costs to fix one body.
The average cost for a new one is $2,500, and the average cost to replace a body is $1,600.
You can see the breakdown for a full list of prices and costs on the ABC Health site.
Is it safe to shop at body shops?
Body shops should be kept clean and well ventilated, and staff should wear face masks.
They should also have hand sanitizers and disposable gloves.
Do body shops have the same standards as a medical or dental clinic?
However some body shops do provide a limited number of services to those who have health conditions.
They include a personalised medical assessment, which can include blood tests, X-rays, scans, and CT scans.
If the person you’re dealing with has a medical condition, the body should also offer an alternative health service.
Is there a fee for going to a body repair or body shop?
The fee for entering your body, which includes the time it takes to do a body check and the cost of any supplies and tools you use, varies depending on the body repair and shop you choose.
The fee is usually $100.
You will also need to provide your name, address and contact details.
How can I help my body repair business?
If you’re not sure whether a body will be the right fit for you, try asking for advice from someone who has had experience.
Ask a body technician or a salesperson about their experience and ask them if they can recommend a body you might like to shop.
What if I want to make a complaint?
You should always make a formal complaint to the Health Services Complaints Commission (HSC).
Your complaints will be considered by a senior officer, who may take up to two weeks to investigate your complaint.
You should also contact the HSC’s complaints management service.
If no response is given within three weeks, you should contact the consumer protection organisation that handles your complaint (Consumer Protection NSW).
If your complaint is referred to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, the consumer organisation will decide whether or not to take action.