We are I-CAR & PPG Certified Technicians
Have you been searching for a “certified technician near me?” Look no further than the Carlsbad Collision Center in Carlsbad, CA! Our expert technicians go the extra mile to ensure quality automotive repairs and painting. If you have any questions about the Carlsbad Collision Center’s certified technicians, please contact our certified auto repair shop at (760) 476-1027.
We are Certified in the Following Makes
The highly-trained staff at the Carlsbad Collision Center is here to repair your vehicle, no matter the make or model. We are a Ford, Honda, Acura, GM, Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, RAM, Fiat, Nissan, Infiniti, Lincoln, and now Tesla. Certified collision center at your service!
Now Officially Tesla Certified!
I-CAR Gold Class® is the collision repair industry’s highest training recognition. This certification shows that technicians have successfully completed extensive training relevant to their respective repair roles. The Carlsbad Collision Center is I-CAR Gold Class® certified!
The PPG Envirobase® High Performance certification is for technicians who restore automotive paint finishes. Technicians with this certification passed classes focused on unique painting tips and techniques for vehicles of all caliber. The Carlsbad Collision Center supports PPG technicians!
There’s no doubt that technicians can be successful without certifications. However, holding certifications like I-CAR signify the additional training each technician completes to further his or her industry knowledge.
As a BBB accredited business, the Carlsbad Collision Center promises to resolve all consumer complaints. This good faith commitment means that our body shop’s practices represent the standards upheld by BBB acclaimed businesses.
Yes. Finding an automotive repair shop with I-CAR certification means that all technicians went through the certification process, directly translating to more efficient and knowledgeable staff.
Key certifications to look for when choosing a technician include I-CAR, PPG, and BBB accreditation.
Only certified body shops should work on aluminum. This material requires special tools, equipment, and training to correctly refurbish your vehicle. If not properly handled, aluminum can corrode or crack.