$12,398 in damages. Hire a professional installer.

by Dec 28, 2015Fleet Management0 comments

The internet has allowed anyone to become a plumber, electrician, mechanic, technician, and more for any small tasks that need doing. Simply type the problem into Google, along with the words “how to” or “do it yourself,” and you will get a long list of websites offering a few easy steps for fixing your problem.

Need to install electronics into your vehicle? All you need are the parts, some tools, and the wikiHow instructions.

Sound too good to be true? That’s because it is.

Vehicles have complex electronics systems with many wires, which have many connections, which do many things. When you start working within this system without the proper knowledge and experience, you have the potential to harm yourself and your vehicle.

If you are not knowledgeable about vehicle electronics, you may end up severing or reconnecting the wrong wires or mounting equipment in the wrong place. If this happens, you could have hot air blowing on the cold setting and windshield wipers connected to your stereo. And the equipment you just installed might not even work and your warranty could be voided by any damage you did with the faulty install.

Once you have this mess on your hands, a professional installer would be required to fix these issues. You’d end up paying for the install, plus any repairs, and you would have wasted your valuable time.

Yet, even when choosing to hire an installer, be sure to verify their legitimacy through customer reviews and industry experience. For one man, hiring a faulty installer left him with a damaged car and a $12,398.54 repair bill.

When dealing with fleet vehicles and the rules and regulations that come with managing a fleet, hiring a knowledgeable installation company becomes even more important. Don’t let a faulty install keep your company from delivering on its promises.

Save your time, save your money, and hire a World Class installer today.

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