technicians are Certified by the National Institute for Automotive
Service Excellence (ASE)...
Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, (ASE) certifies the
technical competence of individual technicians. Prior to taking ASE
certification tests, many technicians attend training classes or study
on their own in order to brush up on their knowledge. By passing
difficult, national tests, ASE-certified technicians prove their
technical competence to themselves, to their employers, and to their
customers. Moreover, shop owners and managers who encourage their
employees to become certified can be counted on to be concerned about
the other aspects of their business. Click here for more information about ASE
Today's cars have numerous advancements that didn't exist only a few years ago. As auto makers have introduced new technology, the equipment and technical training needed to repair vehicles has changed as well.
Keeping technicians up to date with technology through training is a vital element in ensuring the proper repair of your vehicle. That is why our technicians proudly display their commitment to training by becoming I-Car Certified technicians.
I-CAR courses cover the entire collision repair process from identifying and analyzing damage to measuring and straightening, welding and structural repair, restoring corrosion protection, chassis and wheel alignment, plastic repair, and matching today's high-tech paint finishes. Our shop recently became “greener” by implementing use of water-borne paint technology.
This investment in knowledge of the collision repair service helps to guarantee the safe, efficient, quality repair of your vehicle to its pre-accident condition. Click here for more information about I-Car.
Now What? What to do
you have an accident
If you've never had an accident, you need
to know what steps to take to protect yourself...
How to decide if a repair facility is right for you.
There are a lot of things to
consider when you're choosing who will fix your car...
want your vehicle repaired right—the first time. And so do we. That's
why we use the Chief Velocity computerized measuring system to
precisely measure the damaged sections of your vehicle...