Auto Body Certifications Mike Walker
Only 10% of the body shops in the country earn I-Car "Gold Class" certification
Our technicians are I-Car Trained
Everyday, across the country, thousands of motorists are involved in auto accidents. The question becomes, “Where’s the best place to get my vehicle repaired properly, and as quickly as possible?” Many people look for a recommendation from friends, family or their insurance agent. Others read on-line reviews to check the reputation of an auto body shop. While reviews and recommendations are important, only auto body certifications verify that the body shop meets stringent facility, equipment, and training requirements necessary to ensure the safe and accurate repair of your vehicle.
MAYFIELD COLLISION CENTERS is proud to hold the following Auto Body Certifications:
I-CAR “Gold Class” Certified
When your car has been in a collision, getting it repaired properly is critical for your family’s safety and your peace of mind. But how do you know if a shop has the up-to-date knowledge to repair your vehicle safely?
The Gold Class designation lets you know a collision repair shop has trained technicians who know how to repair your vehicle properly. Approximately 10% of collision repair shops currently complete the rigorous training requirements needed to meet the Gold Class standard. Click here to learn more.
Volvo Certified Body & Paint Service Center
As a Volvo Certified Body & Paint Service Center, MAYFIELD COLLISION CENTERS knows that safety is no accident. In order to ensure that your Volvo is returned to its pre-accident condition, Volvo has established certification requirements that address four main areas: Facilities, Management, Competencies & Training, Tools & Equipment. This means that when you take your vehicle to a Volvo Certified Body & Paint Service Center, all work will be performed to Volvo’s exacting standards by our highly trained auto body repair technicians. Click here to learn more.
ASE was created in 1972 to assist consumers in determining whether a mechanic or auto body technician has the knowledge and skill to repair vehicles properly and safely. Candidates must pass a series of tests, provide proof of at least two years experience, and retest every five years to maintain certification.Click here to learn more.
I-CAR (Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) is the highest form of recognized training a body shop can earn. They research, develop, and delivery quality educational programs and training for improving the quality, safety, and efficiency of the auto collision repair industry for the ultimate benefit of the customer. Click here to learn more.