Assured Performance Network Adds Nissan and Chrysler to Rebate Reward Program - BodyShop Business

Assured Performance Network Adds Nissan and Chrysler to Rebate Reward Program

In addition to the two automakers, General Motors is also part of the program, which provides a rebate to body shops when they repair a vehicle using 100 percent OEM collision repair parts as defined by the program.

Assured Performance Network announced that Nissan and Chrysler have been added to the 100 Percent Write Rebate Rewards Program. In addition to the two automakers, General Motors is also part of the program, which provides a rebate to body shops when they repair a vehicle using 100 percent OEM collision repair parts as defined by the program.   

The program is designed to provide an incentive for the shop to provide the highest level of fit, finish, durability, safety and sustained vehicle value for the vehicle owner by using new OEM parts, according to Assured Performance.

The program also includes a "Certificate of Authenticity" for consumers verifying that 100 percent OEM parts were used to repair their vehicles. As an option, if the vehicle damage is already reported to CARFAX, participating shops can report the repair information, which will help restore the value of the vehicle.

General Motors and Assured Performance Co-Op Network launched the 100 Percent Write Program in 2009. The program is administered through Assured Performance Co-Op, allowing shops to gain a direct reward without changing dealers, altering their normal parts procurement process or changing their local discounts, the network notes.

"All elements of the 100 Percent Write Program aim to provide an incentive and reward for shops to use collision repair parts that ensure the fit, finish, safety and maintain the value of the vehicle," said Scott Biggs of Assured Performance Network.


More information:

OEMRebates.com

Assured Performance Network
 

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