For instance, I live in Boulder, Colorado and Colorado Coach was listed as a certified repair facility in my area. This means they are an authorized collision repair facilities, the technicians have undergone extensive training and use Audi Genuine Parts, which offer both the utmost quality and the backing of a factory warranty.
Upon contacting the Audi Boulder dealership, when asked who they recommended for Audi collision repair, they referred me to Colorado Coach Auto Body. Audi Boulder uses them as well.
Once you get a name of the auto body shop you want to use, go to your insurance company’s website and look through their selected service repair facility list for who they work with. Don’t call and ask for the list, they won’t often tell you who specializes in your type of car. Once again, I found Colorado Coach Auto Body on their list. It was on page four, but I was thrilled to find it happen to be the Audi authorized collision repair facility I was looking for.
I-CAR is an organization dedicated to providing the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs. They are the industry standard for collision repair training. So when you ask your shop if they are an I_CAR shop, this means their repair technicians have gone through the most up-to-date training on the latest technologies of collision repair and stay proficient in today’s fast-changing collision repair techniques. When asked about their I-CAR status, Colorado Coach Auto Body holds a I-CAR Gold class level.
You want to know that the repairs done to your Audi will last. Contact the collision repair facility and ask them to explain their warranty. I found out Colorado Coach Auto Body offers a Lifetime National Warranty for all their work for as long as you own the vehicle.