In a moment, disaster can strike and an automobile collision can occur. A motor vehicle crash brings a number of immediate concerns to the forefront, but once everyone is safe and the situation is under control, any driver of a damaged vehicle is left with repairs to be made. From fender benders to major collisions, you want to know that your vehicle is structurally sound and that the repairs were done by a qualified professional. Fortunately for drivers of GM vehicles, a modern solution has recently been unveiled at the International Autobody Congress and Exposition (NACE) Automechanika trade show.
The NACE Automechanika trade show is held in Atlanta, Georgia, each year and focuses solely on collision repair. At the show GM displayed their new technology to harness OnStar, already present in many GM vehicles, to direct drivers of recently damaged vehicles to shops guaranteed to have qualified mechanics and OEM parts.
This new system has been named the GM Collision Repair Network. The goal of the system is to improve customer confidence and safety in the event of a collision. This customer-centric program benefits maintenance centers as well as the GM Collision Repair Network. It will also build on the established repair methods at these recommended locations to make them more efficient.
If you are in need of repairs for your GM vehicle, you’ll find an expert team of technicians here at Trent GM.