3 Things You Should Know About Certified Collision Repair Shops
1) CERTIFIED DOESN'T MEAN A FANCY PIECE OF PAPER.
Collision repair shops must meet specific knowledge and skill requirements to become certified. Some manufacturers, like American Honda, require a physical shop inspection every year to confirm the quality of equipment, facility cleanliness, and overall operation before renewing a shop's certification.
2) CERTIFIED MEANS THE MOST ATTENTION TO SAFETY.
Returning your vehicle to pre-collision safety standards is one of the most important things a collision repair shop does. Certified shop technicians are trained to be familiar with every detail of your vehicle's safety features and know how to repair and reset each element. When you take your vehicle to a certified shop you can be sure the repairs will be done to the highest safety standards of your vehicle's original manufacturer.
3) CERTIFIED MEANS CONSTANT TRAINING.
Certified Auto body shops must stay up to date with the skills and knowledge required to repair today's vehicles. That means regular training sessions for technicians and managers on materials, electronics and advanced repair techniques. All that training means certified shops can efficiently return your vehicle to its pre-collision appearance AND handling.
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4) CERTIFIED MEANS IT'S GUARANTEED TO LAST.
To help protect your automotive investment Tracy's Collision Center offers a no cost, limited lifetime warranty on metalwork and painting and a one (1) year limited warranty on mechanical repairs and parts. Some restrictions apply (see warranty for details) but it is important to us that our customers know we guarantee our work 100%.
At Tracy's Collision Center our mission is to have each and every customer leave our shop with a smile and the confidence that their repair was done right.
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Tracy's Collision Center is proud to be certified by the leaders in auto body repair standards.