As Jodi Mitchell so eloquently put in the 60s, “you don’t know what you got ‘til it’s gone” and that is certainly true of your car. The small three-door or the family salon becomes so intertwined with our daily routine we can scarcely imagine life without them. Sometimes cars are seen as so reliable and ever-present that they don’t bear thinking about – which is why a breakdown or minor accident wreaks havoc on our daily lives.
“People only get a sense of how much they use their car when it’s off the road,” says Kieran Ryan; the second generation of the Ryan family running Kieran Ryan Crash Repair.
Kieran Ryan Crash Repair
Kieran Ryan Crash Repair has been operating for an impressive 50 years and was founded by Kieran’s father: Kieran Ryan Senior.
“The key to longevity is a fast turnaround that never compromises on quality,” Kieran says.
With a 5-decade business history, it’s hard to disagree with him. Indeed the secret of succeeding in the extremely competitive field of car repair is being able to get customers back on the road as soon as possible.
“Our clients need their cars. For work or for the taxi of Mum and Dad,” Kieran says with a smile.
“My father knew that, and it was something he passed on to me when I took over the business,” he continues.
Fast Turnaround and Efficient Service
That’s what makes Kieran Ryan Crash Repair that little bit different to the other mechanics out there. Their near 5-decade history means they know how much the Irish public relies on their cars. The company is known around their local community for their fast crash repair turnaround. And it’s this commitment to efficiently and quality that keeps customers returning.
So instead of being stranded without a vehicle after a breakdown or minor accident, get in contact with Kieran Ryan Crash Repair and make sure that the disruption to your daily routine is kept to an absolute minimum.
Find out more about Kieran Ryan Crash Repair
|Address||Hebron Industrial Estate, Hebron Road, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny|
|Telephone Numbers||Phone: 056 772 1694|