The best time to talk about collisions is before you’re ever in one.
There are more than 26,000 car accidents a day, according to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In case you’re ever in one, learn what you can do to protect yourself and your vehicle by getting the right insurance, parts and repairs.
before an accident:
Print this Collision Guide and keep it in your glove compartment. It has all the information you’ll need to collect in case you’re ever in an accident.
If original parts aren’t included in your policy, talk to your agent about getting original parts coverage.
Make sure you have our dealership body shop contact information.
Be prepared and take extra precautions when seasons or driving habits change
if you're in an accident:
Make sure everyone involved is OK, then call 911 to file a report.
Arrange for a tow if your car isn’t driveable.
Get in touch with our expert collision service technicians. Remember, you don’t have to go to the shop your insurance company recommends so choose the techs who know your vehicle.
Review the estimate and make sure original parts are listed as replacements.
Don’t sign anything unless you are comfortable with the estimate.
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We have earned the Gold Class Collision Repair Designation!
The Gold Class designation lets you know our collision repair shop has trained technicians who know how to repair your vehicle properly. Only approx. 20% of collision repair shops currently complete the rigorous training requirements needed to meet the Gold Class standard.
As vehicles incorporate more and more new materials and new technologies, current training has become increasingly important for proper repairs. Gold Class shops are trained to know:
• How to make the right decisions for a safe repair
• How to find hidden damage others may not see
• The latest repair procedures and technologies
• Which parts to repair and which to replace
Call us for your Gold Class Collision Repair Service: 570.669.5111