About Selsia

About Selsia

Selsia is your gateway to over 200 approved accident repair centres. In association with our approved multi-site accident repair network, we are an experienced outsourcing provider for the management of all types of vehicle accident repairs. Selsia was founded with the objectives of shortening the accident repair supply chain, reducing vehicle loss of use and removing unnecessary costs for vehicle operators, fleets, fleet management, insurers and claims management companies. The hassle and complications involved in managing accident repairs, no matter how big and diverse, will be taken up by Selsia.

We deliver an outsource service through our extensive, carefully selected, audited and approved network of accident repair centres right across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Selsia coordinates over 200 approved car, van and HGV accident repair centres to deliver an outstanding level of accident repair support for all of our clients. As we are a repairer members funded network no management charges are passed onto our clients.

We offer a comprehensive range of accident repair services from incident notification to final invoicing. Our model works exceptionally well for:

  • Business-critical fleets
  • Insurance underwriters and brokers
  • Fleet and claims management companies
  • Leasing companies
  • Daily rental companies
  • Vehicle manufacturers
  • Local authorities

With Selsia, you are dealing directly with us, the repairers, which means we’ll keep your repair costs down while minimising vehicle loss of use. We offer quality, guaranteed repairs to cars, vans, HGVs and specialist bodied vehicles as well as a wide range of services from accident repairs and end of lease inspect and repair services to the largest of commercial vehicles’ refurbishment and re-branding programmes. Regardless of the size of your fleet, you can be confident that Selsia will take care of your vehicles and drivers, and be a valuable outsourcing partner to your business.


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