Why GMC Says You Should Not Use Salvage or Recycled Parts and How This Affects Your Repair

General Motors wants you to have the best replacement parts for your GMC. Nearly every car manufacturer releases “Position Statements” that instruct body shops in how to perform repairs on their vehicles to the highest standard.  While all body shops should have access to this vital information, not all shops...

GM Says It’s Dangerous to Use Salvage Structural Parts on Your GMC—Here’s Why They’re Right

Using salvage parts on your structural repair just isn't worth the risk. When you take your GMC to a body shop for collision repair, of course you’re going to want the job to be done as safely, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible.  At our shop, one of the ways we...

Why It’s Essential That GM Recommends Pre- and Post-Repair Scans for Your GMC

GM naturally wants body shops to be thorough when conducting repairs. If your GMC has been in a collision, there are very specific steps that an auto body shop needs to take in order to optimize your vehicle’s repairs.  One of the smartest things that a shop can do is...

Why You Should Care That GMC Only Approves New Genuine GM Parts for Use with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

  It's necessary to use the best replacement parts to preserve your GMC's sophisticated ADAS. When you take your GMC to a shop for repairs, it’s imperative that the shop follows the guidelines specified in General Motors’ Position Statement.  Every shop has access to this information, but not every shop...