Precision Collision Auto Body Joins AutoBody Alliance Repair Network - BodyShop Business

Precision Collision Auto Body Joins AutoBody Alliance Repair Network

Precision Collision Auto Body, a growing family of 13 auto body repair facilities established in 1985 in Washington state, has been approved to join the AutoBody Alliance network of repair facilities. AutoBody Alliance says its repair facilities are selected using a number of strict certification requirements to create and maintain a comprehensive network of trusted body shops throughout the United States.

Certified members in the AutoBody Alliance network provide lifetime warranties on services provided and use qualified technicians and modern technology to bring vehicles to pre-accident condition.

Precision Collision Auto Body is locally family-owned and operated with 25 years of expertise and experience in collision repairs.

The AutoBody Alliance network is a nationwide directory of auto body repair facilities available directly to consumers as well as to insurance carriers wanting to expand their areas of shop coverage. The AutoBody Alliance program also provides tools to help simplify the repair process for all involved, including: an online search tool, the ability for carriers to custom tailor their own network list and the ability to electronically dispatch and track assignments through the online application.

AutoBody Alliance is an offering through Quality Claims Solutions, a provider of value-added services to the insurance industry.


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