As I-CAR Gold and I-CAR Platinum facilities, we maintain the highest industry standards to stay in line with manufacturer specifications. Earning I-CAR certification is the ultimate training accomplishment recognized by the industry. Only 17 percent of auto body shops in the United States are I-CAR certified, which means most are not repairing vehicles at a top-tier level.
When performing a certified collision repair, our specialists only use genuine parts and manufacturer-approved equipment and tools. Our team also has access to unlimited repair information. Every time one of our certified collision partners releases a new model, we send our technicians out for training. With the way vehicle technology continues to change drastically, staying on top of the latest trends helps us keep you safe.
Aluminum has been used in vehicles since the mid-90s. However, in the past decade, manufacturers have begun incorporating it into body apparatuses and frames more than ever. United States manufacturers need to meet new fuel regulations, and lightweight aluminum makes that possible. Precision made a point to become aluminum certified and stay ahead of the times. Shops who refuse to do so will be left in the dust, as it’s clear aluminum vehicles are here to stay.