Monthly Archives: April 2016

Featured Member: Zanzibar Panel Beaters

Don’t sweat the small stuff…..Or the big stuff. Limpopo-based panel beaters, Zanzibar Panel Beaters, can repair anything from hail damage and scratches to spray paint damage, accident damage and all with the option of expert car detailing. Need a tow? They’ve got you covered there too with a 24 hour towing service.

Introducing: Mazda Recommended Repairers

A call recently went out to SAMBRA members to apply to become Mazda Recommended Repairers in an industry-changing approach that allowed more SAMBRA member businesses the opportunity to be included in the process. We received a great number of applications, and while this is an ongoing applications process, we are excited to introduce you to the first group of SAMBRA members who have received “Mazda Recommended Repairer” status.

Welcome new SAMBRA members

SAMBRA is proud to represent some of the best structural and non-structural motor body repairers in South Africa, giving you the peace of mind for all your scratch, dent and accident repair needs. Our membership grows daily, and we are thrilled to welcome our newest members.

Get your Audatex issues resolved

The Audatex Advisory and Technical Committees are now fully operational. These Committees have been established to address member challenges and discrepancies with Audatex. Challenges can only be resolved through member participation. It is therefore important that you forward all concerns regarding Audatex for review and action by the committee.

Featured Member: Auto Magic Durban CBD

Vehicle collisions are the most common cause of major vehicle damage, often resulting in major structural repair requirements. However, more and more consumers regularly visit their local panel beater to fix smaller dents, dings and scratches, as well as hail damage. But who has time to wait days for repair? Auto Magic is one of the many SAMBRA members that offer Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) – a mobile repair option for minor damage, where vehicle paint is still intact.