Statistically, it’s almost impossible not to be involved in a traffic accident. Depending on your information source, the average person will be involved in an auto accident every seven to 10 years. Having your car damaged, and then dealing with a body shop, insurance company, a car rental company and others can be a confusing
Once repairs are completed, your vehicle will be ready for retrieval from the body shop. Here are a few tips, and things to look for upon taking delivery of your collision-repaired vehicle. Take delivery of the vehicle during the day and inspect it in the daylight. Look for a color match on the paint. Look
Repair time, also known in the industry as “cycle time,”, or how long your car will be in the body shop, is determined by a number of factors including: Shop’s Work Load: The shop’s current work load can be affected by a number of factors, not the least of which is weather. Infrequent rains in
There are a number of different types of parts that may be available as replacement parts for your vehicle including Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) (parts provided by the car maker), aftermarket, salvage, gray market, and counterfeit. At AGC Collision, we feel that choosing Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) collision replacement parts is the best choice and
For 70 years, AGC Collision has had one mission – to perform a complete and safe collision repair, and to return every customer’s car to pre-accident condition. Our goal is to exceed our customer’s expectations, not only with the repair, but also in the services we provide. We want to leave each one with the peace of mind of knowing that their car is once again safe to drive and will continue to provide years of service.