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Why Should I Go With a Certified Shop?


We are proud to be a Certified Collision Repair shop because it ensures our customer's safety, which has always been our top priority.  The certification process is rigorous; less than 5% of all body shops in the U.S are able to meet the requirements set forth by the manufacturers to guarantee quality and safety.*


The requirements adhere to the latest industry quality and safety standards. This new certification guarantees that collision repairs will be performed according to the manufacturer's repair protocol by a properly trained and qualified technician, using the correct tools and equipment for the job.


Going with a Certified shop gives you the peace of mind that your vehicle is repair the way its supposed to be and the confidence that you can return to the road safely!

But What if my Insurance Tells me to Take my Car to One of Their Shops Instead?

Did you know that in the State of California, its your legal right to take your vehicle to the Repair Facility of your choice.  At the end of the day, it's important that you feel comfortable and confident in your vehicle repairs. Make sure you take your car to the shop of your choosing. 

Current Certifications

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We are currently certified by Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep. Ram, Kia, Hyundai, Alfa Romeo, Ford Certified Collision Network, Ford Repair Capable, Aluminum Repair Capable, Ford F-150 Aluminum, I-CAR Gold Class,  and Sherwin Williams.

Don't see your vehicle's manufacturer? 

Most manufacturer's don't require certification in order for body shops to be able to repair your vehicle. You can rest assured that even if we are not specifically "certified" by your vehicle's manufacturer, we still follow their stringent repair procedures to ensure safety and quality. 

*This certification was provided by Assured Performance CollisionCare of Aliso Viejo, California, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that promotes automotive safetywithin the collision care industry.

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