A creased dent is caused by a 'rubbing' or 'grazing' type of impact resulting in a line or long depression in the affected panel. Typical incidents include contact from adjacent vehicle bumpers or the peddles and handlebars of bicycles and scooters.
This 40cm long creased dent was probably caused by the front bumper of another vehicle as it reversed out of an adjacent parking space. As the owner did not want the car filling and spraying or the inconvenience of having to leave his car at a body shop, PDR techniques were used. The dent was subsequently removed, at the owner's home, for a fraction of the original body shop quotation. FEATURED DENT!