What Subaru says about repairing the 2019 Subaru Legacy – Information for New Jersey Subaru owners

Here at Autotech Collision Service, we make it a point to let New Jersey drivers know about the various repair procedures out there for their cars. Cars today like the 2019 Subaru Legacy are incredibly complex and if a technician doesn't follow exactly what the manufacturer tells them, then your...

Why Some New Jersey Auto Body Shop’s Don’t Perform Scanning, and Why You Need It

We at Autotech Collision Service are an OEM certified repair shop located in Southern New Jersey. We know how critical it is to follow exactly what the manufacturer tells us, which is why we know scanning and calibration are critical for modern-day vehicles. We’re here to tell you why and...

Four Common Myths About Collision Repair: What You Need To Know

We at Autotech Collision Service know that it can be difficult separating myth from fact when it comes to collision repair, especially if it's been a while since you got your car repaired or you've been a victim of bad collision repair. We wanted to write this blog to help...

What To Do If The Other Party’s Insurance Company Denies Your Claim 

Here at Autotech Collision Service, we get drivers coming into our shop all the time who are in the middle of dealing with the many stresses after getting in an accident. We can tell how shocked they are when the other driver’s insurance company denied their claim, especially when the...

5 Unknown Things Car Insurance Companies Don’t Want You To Know

Car Insurance Confusion  When you need repair for your car, your insurance policy can seem extremely confusing if you don't know exactly what you're covered for. While that's happening, you also feel pressure from your insurance company to go to a body shop of their choosing, but you rather go...

What Are Your Legal Rights For Collision Repair in New Jersey?

You deserve to know your rights as a customer seeking collision repair, and we're here to help New Jersey drivers with the entire process. Car repair is extremely stressful, so why add any more stress when simply taking your car to a shop that knows what they're doing can make...

The Difference Between Who’s An OEM Certified Technician And Who’s Not

When you take your car to be repaired, you would assume that the technicians would know what they’re doing, right? The most significant difference between OEM Certified Technicians and an average repair technician comes down to their repair process and their training.

What Honda/Acura Wants New Jersey Drivers To Know About Pre-and Post-Repair Scanning

Here at Autotech Collision Service, we are always informed so that we know how to better serve our customers here in New Jersey. Scanning affects every customer, which is why we want you to know what certain manufacturers have to say about it (such as Honda/Acura).