Damage to the paintwork on the fender should be repaired
Even with the very first “vehicle carriages” over 100 years ago, it was clear relatively quickly that the wheels would stir up dust, dirt and water and that an appropriate protective device was therefore required. What initially began with a simple semicircular sheet metal has developed over the decades into the fender we know today. The protective fenders limit the vehicle in length and width. For house corners, posts, bollards or shopping carts, the fenders are the ideal height to leave visible damage when touched. With a professional paint job, however, mishaps such as small scratches and large dents can be completely undone. Replacing a damaged fender after another repair or damage to the vehicle can make it necessary to have a fender repaired.