Getting bent about your wheels is pretty common when you live in the pot-hole ridden — constant construction — we build our roads using the lowest bidder so the concrete sucks and we have to rebuild them in 5 to 10 years — world of Detroit. When I had my 2004 BMW 330Xi, three of the four wheels were bent. That’s a pretty disconcerting when you drive 80 mph and the entire car shakes like it’s going to fall apart. New rims? $500-600 a piece. Wheel repair from AWRS? $135 and they come to you.
Inside their patent’s pending trailer, they will heat your rim with a propane torch then use 10,000-psi ram to round out the flat spots. They also do curb-rash repair starting at $125 with repainting services on site. Would I pay for it on my BMW? Yup. That’s a good value. Oh, and I looked up if they serve the southeast Michigan area and they do.