The Vehicle Damage Assessor stands in a position of high responsibility, representing his principals to policyholders, third parties and the repair industry. Accepting the role involves accepting the duties and restrictions inherent in it.
A Code of Conduct for Vehicle Damage Assessors is in place for the purpose of providing an unambiguous statement of the ethical standards of behaviour expected from a person occupied in the undertaking of insurance motor surveyor by insurers and their agents who instruct or employ them. Also for the support and protection of honest and diligent insurance motor surveyors who aspire to standards. The code of conduct consists of both guidelines and rules of conduct reflecting the key position held by insurance motor surveyors and that their behaviour reflects on the insurance industry they represent.
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Types of survey, assessment and inspection carried out by the registered Vehicle Damage Assessors
- Routine Vehicle Damage Assessments
- Routine itemised repair costs
- Complicated Vehicle Damage Assessments
- Complicated itemised repair costs
- Temporary repair details (if un-roadworthy)
- Post Repair Inspections
- Method and fair repair times
- Insurance Write-Off Inspections
- Total Loss Assessment – Anti Fraud and Theft Register Assessment
- Vehicle valuations
- Diminution Inspections / Reports (diminished value)
- Court Appointments