Dents can be caused by a number of things, and not necessarily by the vehicle user, including;

  • Shopping trolleys
  • Car doors
  • Wheelie bins
  • Hail stone
  • Stray golf balls
  • Falling branches
  • Push Chairs
  • Car park negligence

All of the above can cause dents, dings, dints in your vehicle. However small they are, they will be picked up upon inspection. D3nts can remove even the smallest of dents and will significantly save you money.

The Metropolitan Borough of Tameside is one of ten Boroughs in Greater Manchester.

The Borough of Tameside is named after the River Tame and consists of a number of areas;

  • Ashton under Lyne
  • Audenshaw
  • Broadbottom
  • Carrbrook
  • Copley
  • Denton
  • Droylsden
  • Dukinfield
  • Floweryfield
  • Gee Cross
  • Godley
  • Godley Green
  • Guide Bridge
  • Hartshead Green
  • Hattersley
  • Haughton Green
  • Luzley
  • Millbrook
  • Mossley
  • Mottram in Longdendale
  • Newton
  • Park Bridge
  • Roe Cross
  • Stalybridge
  • Warhill
  • Woolley Bridge

The Metropolitan Borough of Tameside lies east of Manchester City Centre. Derbyshire lies to the east, the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham lies to the north, the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport lies to the south and the City of Manchester lies to the west.

The towns within the Borough grew rapidly within the cotton industry during the Industrial Revolution.

The Borough was formed in 1974 and is administered by Tameside Borough Council. Deciding on a name for the new Borough proved troublesome. The Redcliffe-Maud report had used the name ‘Ashton-Hyde’ but this was deemed unacceptable as double barreled names were prohibited for newly formed districts. It is believed that if ‘Ashton under Lyne’ had been the County Borough, it may have been chosen as the name but the other districts of the Borough objected to this. In total, 30 name suggestions were put forward with Hartshead being the most popular until the name ‘Tameside’ won at the final voting stage.