What is the Gold Class Designation?
Today’s cars are much more complicated than cars of the past. To keep your family safe and give you peace of mind, you need to know that it will be repaired correctly. How do you know that your collision repair shop is up to the task?
When the shop has trained technicians who can repair your vehicle to the original factory specifications, the shop has earned its Gold Class designation and will display it in the shop and on its website. The training requirements and standards are extremely high. Only 20% of shops have met the standard.
With the latest materials and technologies, it’s more important than ever to have up-to-date training. Gold Class training ensures that your shop will
- find the hidden damage others might miss
- make the right decisions for a safe repair
- use the latest repair procedures and technologies
- know which parts to repair and which to replace
You can count on Port City Collision to maintain the highest level of expertise — Gold Class — for the safest, factory-perfect repairs to your vehicle.
What Does Certified Collision Repair Mean?
Certified Collision Repair means that the technicians undergo manufacturer training programs and are taught specifically how to restore vehicles to factory specifications. It’s important that technicians regularly complete training to ensure they can accommodate newer vehicle technology. Especially when it comes to luxury vehicles, manufacturers use OEM Certifications to show that the repairs will meet their standards.
If you’re looking for a facility for your vehicle’s collision repairs, you may be wondering if Certified Collision Repair means anything in terms of the quality of your repair. Being a Certified Collision Repair provider makes a huge difference for the performance, value, and safety of your car.
- OEM Parts fit the vehicle accurately and restore vehicle performance and value
- annual Audits ensure our facility meets manufacturer standards for updated practices and equipment
- regular technician training ensures they fix vehicles to the same specifications that they are originally manufactured