Collision Repair

Go with a
Ford Certified Collision
and Auto Body Repair Shop

If your Ford vehicle needs collision repair, you can trust that a Ford certified collision center has the capability and know-how to do the job right.

The power of the
Ford Certified Collision Network (FCCN)

There is more to a quality collision repair than simply asking for Original Ford Parts. It’s also key to consider the training of the technicians, the repair procedures that are followed and the standards that a repair shop lives up to. These are all areas where FCCN repair centers stand out.

Extensive capabilities

From proper tools and equipment to professional people and training, FCCN Centers are invested in meeting the Ford requirements that can ultimately help return your Ford to the way it was before a collision.

This includes everything from having facilities certified to perform proper aluminum repairs complete with coated boron steel self-piercing rivets to using only approved OE paint systems for precise color matching when restoring vehicle finishes. With a multitude of capabilities in between.

Proven expertise

The right repair procedures play an important role in helping to restore the structural integrity and safety of a vehicle after a collision.

FCCN professionals are trained to follow Ford repair procedures. It’s also FCCN policy to use Ford tested and engineered OE parts for repairs whenever possible. Consider today’s highly advanced crash avoidance and safety system technologies. Operating as an integrated system, these rely on the right parts and procedures to keep everything operating as designed. Such expertise can make all the difference.

Outstanding customer service

FCCN Centers are committed to making the repair process as seamless as it can be. This includes:

  • Working with your insurance company to help simplify the claims process
  • Providing you with regular updates regarding your vehicle’s repair status
  • Offering alternative transportation options when requested
  • Providing a detailed explanation of work completed on your vehicle
  • Including a Limited Lifetime Warranty for the repaired areas of your vehicle

The Right Parts

Get the parts made by the same people who built your Ford.

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The Right Policy

Check to make sure your insurance policy covers new OEM collision parts.

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The Right Repairs

Learn what to ask and what to look for when you get repairs.

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