Why Chrysler will not allow clipping on its vehicle during repairs. Information for Statesville drivers.

When you get into an accident, the force from the collision can be seen on things like fenders and doors. This means the panels are affected, damaged and likely need to be fully replaced. What this also means is what you can't see is also damaged like the trunk pans...

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...

How To Compare North Carolina Autobody Repair Estimates And Determine Who Knows How To Fix Your Car Properly

We’re here to tell North Carolina drivers the difference between repair estimates so you feel more confident in where you choose to get your car repaired.