Ford Approves Only OEM Parts on Structural Repairs—Here’s Why That’s Important

  Structural components offer additional protection in the event of a collision and require the right parts to work properly. It is common practice in our industry for each vehicle manufacturer to provide “Position Statements” that explain the best methods for repairing their makes and models.  In the event of...

Why You Should Care That Ford Rejects Wheel Reconditioning in Collision Repair

  Wheel reconditioning is a very dangerous practice. Ford is very clear that the company does not approve of any wheel repair that involves reconditioning.  If you are not familiar with wheel reconditioning, it is a process of using various tools and methods to try to repair a damaged wheel,...

OEM Certification: The New Normal For Collision Repair

We're here to let New Jersey drivers know what a shop means when they say they're OEM Certified and just how important it is when getting your car repaired.

How Long Will It Take To Repair My Car In Southern New Jersey?

Getting your car repaired after an accident is one of the most stressful things a person can experience. You already have to deal with insurance, lack of a vehicle, and perhaps even some injuries. So how long will it take to repair your car at an auto body repair shop,...

57% of Car Owners say ADAS Prevented A Crash

A recent Consumer Reports study found 57% of its participants linked to 72,000 vehicles states that at least one ADAS system protected them from a car accident.  Almost every car you see on today’s road is equipped with some type of advanced driver safety feature. The Insurance Institute for Highway...

WHY WE REFUSE TO FIX CARS ANY OTHER WAY BUT THE OEM WAY

It seems like only yesterday when you’d take your car to be repaired, and you knew it was going to be given the best repair out there. However, cars have changed so much over the years with the implementation of advanced technologies. Repairing your vehicle, “the old way” could cause...