Top Rated Manufacturer Certified Body Shop In Mesa AZ
While repair technicians in those type of auto body shops may have no formal education in collision repair, technicians in a manufacturer certified collision repair center are required to complete specific training programs that require education, knowledge, repair repetition, and on-site training to become manufacturer certified. In addition, an auto body shop must possess the advanced tools required, meet on-site inspection requirements, participate in continuing education programs and pass an annual recertification. These costs can be staggering, so many auto body shops find themselves unable to compete.
Many of today’s cars are made incorporating compounds such as aluminum and carbon fiber, as the government continues to push for safer vehicles that also get better gas mileage. BMW, Audi, Honda and others have already been using aluminum components in their vehicles and the trend is growing.
Areas In Mesa Close To Our Auto Repair Shop
We do accident and collision repair for the entire east valley, including residents in our home city of Mesa. We are located in the 85210 Zip code, and serve 85212, 85213, 85215, 85233, 85234, 85281, 85283 85120, 85142, 85201, 85202, 85203, 85204, 85205, 85206, 85207, 85208, 85209.
What Are You Close To In Mesa?
We are located close to the 60 freeway and the 101 freeways in West Mesa, close to downtown Mesa. In East Mesa, we are located close to the 202 and 60 freeway. We are close to MCC, Superstition Mall, Alta Mesa, and near many other major landmarks in the city.
Car Body And Dent Mechanics
Back in the days of “shade tree mechanics” there were similar types of Mesa auto body shops. Many of these auto body shops are still around today in Mesa. Unfortunately, advancements in the auto manufacturing industry have necessitated new requirements for collision repair. Today it’s estimated that only about 15% of the collision centers in Mesa meet these requirements.
Mesa Repair Shop For Car Accidents, We Accept All Insurance
Advancements in construction, components, and materials in today’s vehicles necessitate the use of advanced repair procedures that many collision repair centers are not trained in, along with the use of new and advanced tools that may be unaffordable to some auto body repair shops.