Find Certified Collision Shops

Many automakers offer a network of certified collision repair shops. These shops are committed to a complete repair through ongoing industry education and meet all requirements for inclusion in the automaker's program.

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Importance of Using Automaker Repair Procedures


On January 16, 2019, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and the Association of Global Automakers (since merged to form the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, representing over 95% of the new cars and light trucks sold in the U.S.) released the following statement


Counterfeit and Salvage Airbags


Recently the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a consumer safety advisory to alert vehicle owners and repair professionals to the growing use of counterfeit airbags.


Reconditioned Wheels: Your Safety Rides on Them


While the dents and dings inflicted on most parts of your vehicle's exterior are fairly obvious after an accident, you may not as easily notice the damage suffered by a part critical to your safety—your wheels.


Why Insist on Scanning and Calibration?


Pre- and post-collision vehicle scans are recommended by vehicle manufacturers to ensure vehicle systems that impact driver and passenger safety, comfort, and convenience, are restored to their full functional capacity and work as intended by the vehicle manufacturer.

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