What Chevy GMC Wants Statesville Owners To Know About Collision Repair for 2019 Silverado and Sierra 1500

We at Statesville Collision Center are aware of the extensive new changes are to the 2019 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra, which is why we want North Carolina drivers to know what to expect in the repair process. If a body shop repairs your vehicle any other way than what...

What Kia Says About Repairing The 2019 Kia Optima- Information for Statesville NC Kia Owners

In nearly all of our blogs, we stress two critical points: the importance of a reliable repair and the fact that not all body shops in Statesville actually perform a safe repair according to Kia's standards. And while these shops can make your Kia appear repaired, the truth is it...

Honda’s New Position On Scanning: What North Carolina Drivers Need To Know

When it comes to repairing any Honda or Acura that comes into our shop, Honda insists on for any of its cars is they get a diagnostic scan before and after any repairs are made. This is important because not all body shops know to take this step, but here...

What Chrysler Says About Sectioning And Welding Their Cars: Tips For Statesville Drivers

Here at Statesville Collision Center, we are proud to say we are a FCA certified OEM repair shop. This means we know how to repair your Chrysler vehicle exactly as the manufacturer would want us to and we are always current on the latest repair procedures.