I have a 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport with approximately 52000 miles on it, yeah, I don’t drive it all that much. I have about 4 dings that are not very deep and you have to look at the car pretty closely to be able to see dings. I have dings on the driver side and front passenger door, both at almost the exact part of the door. I’ve shown them to a local PDR guy, and I was told that the dings are at the reinforced steel part of the door so they can’t remove the dings without actually taking the doors apart, which costs quite a lot. The PDR tech also said he can’t use the “glue method” as it’s at an angle and he can’t just pull it out. So, I learned to live with those two dings.
Recently, while loading groceries, I put another couple of dings right behind the left rear passenger door, less than 2 inches to the edge. I think these two can be removed using the “glue method”.
My question is this, since this is almost a 6 year old car, and I live in the city where car dings are almost unavoidable, should I spent the money ($100-$200) to have them removed? Or just learn to live with it? The wife says to leave them alone, save the money since they are not huge dents and it’s really hard to see them since my car is black. They bother me because I know they are there, but I know they won’t be the last dings I will get on my car.