Auto Body Repair Facts

GM Says It’s Dangerous to Use Salvage Structural Parts on Your Chevrolet—Here’s Why You Should Care

Preserve the structural integrity of your Chevy by using only the best replacement parts. When you take your Chevy to a body shop for collision repair, of course you’re going to want the job to be done as safely, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible.  At our shop, one of the...

Why Buick Says You Should Not Use Salvage or Recycled Parts in Collision Repair and Why That’s Important

The right replacement parts can make all the difference. Nearly every car manufacturer releases “Position Statements” that instruct body shops in how to perform repairs on their vehicles to the highest standard.  While all body shops should have access to this vital information, not all shops take the time to...

Why GM Rejects Reconditioned Wheels and How This Affects Your Chevrolet Repair

Wheel reconditioning is never a good idea in collision repair. Nearly every car manufacturer releases Position Statements explaining what methods of auto body repair they do or do not recommend.  While some shops disregard these statements, we take a fine-tooth comb to the information they provide so that we can...

GM Says It’s Dangerous to Use Salvage Structural Parts on Your Buick—Here’s Why They’re Right

GM wants you to use only the best replacement parts on your Buick. When you take your Buick to a body shop for collision repair, of course you’re going to want the job to be done as safely, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible.  At our shop, one of the ways...