Your vehicle is one of the largest purchases you make, so it’s important to protect your investment. If you have an accident, have your car repaired at a certified collision center.
Certified collision repair means technicians train through industry-leading programs, often through car manufacturers. They learn how to repair a vehicle to the maker’s specifications. If you own a luxury vehicle, the manufacturers want repairs on that vehicle to meet their standards.
There are a variety of certifications in the auto body repair industry. When researching collision repair centers, ask if that location has technicians who have received training by your automobile’s manufacturer. Once a technician reaches a minimum of two years auto body repair experience, he or she can be certified.
Also find out how often they train. As technology changes on vehicles, it is necessary to attend additional training. Advancing technology has made frequent training important in recent years.
I-CAR Gold Class
Certifications and advanced skills held by a team of technicians means they provide efficient, high-quality repairs resulting in a faster turnaround for the customer. For many shops, an experienced team is given an I-CAR Gold Class designation. ProCare is one that holds this designation.
We have 14 OEM certifications from a variety of manufacturers, such as Land Rover, Jaguar, Porsche, Honda, and others. Customers can rest assured that ProCare will repair their car properly. We also have aluminum certified repair facilities with technicians who are trained by the manufacturers on how to properly repair aluminum on their vehicles.
Re-certification and ongoing training is our commitment to guarantee the highest quality repairs to your luxury vehicle. Because our team completes extensive hours and rigorous testing, they have proven their skills mastery.
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