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Honda Certified Collision Repair

Honda Certified Collision Repair

Honda Certified Collision Repair

Honda Certified Collision Repair Network

When you want professional, Honda Certified Collision Repair, quality collision repair, consider a ProFirst shop, recognized by American Honda for their commitment to a higher level of customer satisfaction through training and technology. I-CAR (The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) is an international, not-for-profit organization dedicated to training those in the collision industry with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve a complete and safe repair.

Shops who achieve I-CAR’s highest level of training are awarded the I-CAR Gold Class Professionals designation for their dedication and commitment to training staff involved in the repair process. The Gold Class designation is the highest training level recognized in the industry, and every ProFirst collision repair facility has the distinction of being an I-CAR Gold Class Professional.

Honda Certified Collision Repair Training

In addition to the I-CAR Gold Class designation, each ProFirst shop has received Honda-specific training through I-CAR. The training provides Honda-specific information about vehicle construction materials and general repair considerations, specific repair procedures, manufacturer’s position statements relative to vehicle repair, hybrid electric and alternative fuel vehicle repair considerations, and more.

Honda Certified Collision Repair

When you need collision repair, consider a ProFirst collision repair facility, recognized by Honda for their training and commitment to a higher level of customer satisfaction

5 Things Every Honda owner should know about Collision Repair

  1. HONDA PARTS ARE HONDA QUALITY.

    Every Honda Genuine Part is designed and tested to live up to the Honda reputation for quality, and to suit the specific performance of a Honda. Honda parts are an integral part of complex, integrated systems that work together, like ACE™ and ABS brakes, to deliver the performance you expect from a Honda.

    ALL PARTS DON’T COME FROM HONDA.

    Believe it or not, there are parts offered for your Honda that may not be from Honda—parts that may not have been performance tested, particularly with your Honda’s systems, and may not meet Honda’s safety, quality and performance standards.

  2. WHEN THINGS CHANGE, THEY CHANGE.

    A slight change in the design, materials or precision of a part can deliver different data to your Honda’s operating and safety systems—information that can change how the systems interpret and respond to impact, for example.

  3. QUALITY REPAIRS START WITH A QUALITY SHOP.

    To get your Honda back in shape, look to a professional, quality-oriented shop—the body shop locator here is a great place to start.

  4. YOU HAVE A CHOICE. YOU HAVE A VOICE.

    You have rights, and you are entitled to information. But if you don’t know your rights, and let your body shop and insurer know what you want, the odds are that you won’t get what you want.

    Find out more about different kinds of parts, who really makes most parts decisions, and your rights.

  5. COLLISION.HONDA.COM

    From what to do in an accident to insurance tips to finding a body shop, just remember Collision.Honda.com —your place for collision information and help.

    And check back often—there are some great new features in the works that will make it even easier to be prepared and recover when your Honda takes a hit.

Honda Certified Collision Repair

**When Genuine Honda parts are used.

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