OEM certification ensures you have the equipment, tooling and training to properly and safely repair today’s vehicles.
Dealer service managers don’t understand the value of an OEM-certified collision center and certified repair … and the disconnect is getting worse.
Advancements in both the technology and materials in new vehicles have continued to accelerate, making collision repairs more complex than ever before. This, in turn, puts more responsibility on collision repair facilities to self-manage the changes. Insurers, OEMs, and fleet partners are also relying on the shop owners to keep their team up to date
Where do you see the industry heading as far as OEM training is concerned, especially with all the consolidation going on?
Rising above the crowd in today’s highly competitive collision repair market is no easy task. While talent, perseverance and hard work are a must, it also helps to have an edge, or some sort of differentiating factor. For many collision centers, that difference is OEM certification. An increasing number of collision repair facilities are recognizing
OEM certification offers numerous benefits to a collision repair facility, including helping it stand out among competition.
If you’re considering OEM certifications for your collision repair facility, take a good look at your playing field, what your competitors are doing in your market and how OEM certifications can make you the winning team.
Professionals Auto Body, with locations in Altoona and Duncansville, Pa., is now the only Subaru-certified collision center in its area.
Market conditions have changed the dynamics of our business, drastically affecting every aspect of the collision repair industry. One of the largest impacts is to independent store owners. For them, going it alone isn’t producing the value it once had. Independent shop owners are choosing franchising as a solution and here is why. Operational Support
Assured Performance announced that Nissan North America has launched a new campaign to educate vehicle owners on the importance of taking their vehicles to Nissan Certified Repair Providers.
The year 2021 will have several business and technology trends that will continue to challenge and disrupt the collision and property and casualty industries.
King Collision Centers has earned 15 OEM certifications, I-CAR Platinum status and the VQ designation from VeriFacts Automotive.