Buick Owners

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08
Mar

GM doesn’t want you to jeopardize your safety with reconditioned wheels. Nearly every car manufacturer releases Position Statements explaining what methods of auto body repair they do or do not recommend.  While some shops disregard these statements, we take a fine-tooth comb to the information they provide so that we can provide the best possible

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08
Mar

The right replacement parts can make all the difference. 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 take the time to read the statements and follow

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08
Mar

GM wants you to use only the best replacement parts on your Buick. When you take your Buick 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 can ensure the best

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08
Mar

GM wants to make sure that your Buick is repaired thoroughly. If your Buick 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 to review the manufacturer’s Position

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21
Feb

      Buick wants to protect your Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. When you take your Buick 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 follows what the manufacturer says.  GM makes it

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21
Feb

    Auto manufacturers provide crucial information about collision repair in their position statements. In the auto body repair industry, we are provided with manufacturers’ Position Statements that describe each auto maker’s recommendations for how those repairs should be done.  General Motors has released a detailed statement explaining why they prohibit the use of any

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