Winter is around the corner, Is your vehicle ready?
If you are told by an insurance company that a collision repair shop is not on their “LIST”,
you can be assured that the shop has your best interest in mind.
To be on “THE LIST” a shop needs to sign a contract with the insurance company to repair the vehicles as the company dictates and discourages the shop from discussing the repair with the vehicle owner
Although we are more than happy to discuss a proper repair with any insurance company, it is you the vehicle owner that we are here to serve.
and has literally hundreds components and computers in your vehicle. These ECM's operate things such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Change Assist, Vehicle Stability, Collision Avoidance, Blind Spot Detection, Back-up Cameras, Front and Rear Radar, Heads Up Display and Self-Parking to name a few.
your vehicle has "fault codes" stored in these computer that may or may not show a warning light.
Our service Department has the ability to read these codes and determine if they were a result of the accident or damage or simply a code that has been in the vehicle for quite some time.
We perform a "Post Scan" to insure that all codes have been identified and cleared if needed.
Most collision repair shops do not even look unless a code is showing a dash and this can and will compromise you and your families' safety as the systems will not work as expected.
Complete, through service and inspection after an accident.