FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – “It really is and this is not our first rodeo; we saw this in the 18th and 19th of the same month, ”said Chris Wilson, new car sales manager at Harry Robinson’s Fort Smith.
He says that with hundreds of unsold new cars on the plot, yesterday’s hail was not perfect.
“We were able to find all the cars that were sold undercover, but all the unsold cars are still on the market, we will return them and work pretty quickly,” Wilson said.
Walking in person, I did not notice a car without hail damage on the roof and hood.
Fortunately, the dealer has insurance for situations just like these; the on-site garage says almost all the damage will be completely reversible.
“Using the process to repair dents without dents, in which you either push or pull the dents,” says Greg Seal, body manager for Harry Robinson.
In such situations, where a whole part of the inventory is damaged, the owner explains that larger repair teams will come to help speed up the process.
The inventory they will want to fix as quickly as possible, because selling new cars on campus in the first place is anything but easy.
“Inventory is not easy to replace at the moment, so once we sell everything new and used we have, getting more will be a boring job. But we will do our best with what we have here, and then we will continue to grow, “said Wilson.