The Importance of Price and Value
When Assessing anything we invest in, whether it’s a car, home, insurance policy, or even just a pair of shoes most of us think to ourselves “Is this worth the money I’m paying?”
My dad Ross, who started what is now DPP 47 years ago was a big fan of the saying “You get what you pay for” and I’m sure you’ve read, or heard those words more than once or twice. I certainly have.
But it really is true, finding value in something we spend our money on is what motivates us to invest in it. My Dad saw enormous value in investing in R CONDO & SONS back in the ’70s and I’m so glad he did.
“Price is what you pay, Value is what you get”
There is a wide variety of car repairing methods, providers and prices to choose from. As your car and health are investments, its pays to also invest in quality car repairs.
Having a job done improperly because of being sold on price can, ironically, be the most expensive mistake you make when it comes to repairing your car.
When you are involved in a collision that compromises the integrity of your car’s worthiness it should come as no surprise that in order to have it on the road again in its best and safest condition you cannot afford to cut corners. If the body of the car has been twisted or warped during an accident it is simply a matter of time before it either falls apart around you, or in the case of being in another accident, doesn’t protect you and your passengers from harm.
This has cost people their lives, all for the sake of saving a couple of dollars.