The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) expressed its appreciation to Chrysler LLC (Chrysler) and General Motors Corporation (GM), as well as the OEM Roundtable, who have made strides in providing access to technical collision repair information through www.OEM1STOP.com. The SCRS noted that GM and Chrysler are providing their collision repair information free of charge through the Web site.
“Chrysler and General Motors have continued to go ‘above and beyond’ in their commitment to their customers and the collision industry at large,” said Farzam Afshar, SCRS Past Chairman and CEO and co-founder of VeriFacts Automotive. “When an OEM provides the technical information the industry needs to repair the vehicles properly at no additional expense, it is an invaluable service to all SCRS members and collision repair centers around the country.”
SCRS Chairman Gary Wano noted that today’s increasingly complex vehicle designs make OEM repair information a necessity for vehicle repairs.
“We need access to the most current information to ensure that repairers are performing the most proper and safe repairs to our customer’s vehicles,” Wano said. “These companies and any organization within the industry that works together to expand the knowledge and ability to perform the most accurate repair possible should be wholeheartedly commended for their service to the industry.”