1. In a collision the first time it was drove.
2. Collision repair technicians.
3. Metalworker, welder, Auto repair technician, plumber, electrician, air conditioning tech, computer tech, refinishing tech.
4. Attitude, work quality, and image.
5. Is customer oriented, is up to date on vehicle developments, Keeps up with advancements, in the repair industry, Pays attention to detail, ensures his work is up to specifications, and participates in trade associates.
6. Is the process of restoring a vehicle that has been damaged to its original condition by repairing both cosmetic and structure.
7. Where repairs would be more expensive than the cost of buying another vehicle.
8. The frames is a high strength metal structure used to support other parts of the vehicle. The body is a steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite skin forming the outside of a vehicle.
9. UNIBODY, space frame or unitized construction.
12. Reviews estimates and determines which one best reflects how the vehicle should be repaired
13. Panel straightening.
14. So you know if you have a misalignment in the frame/unibody.
15. Frame straightening equipment, frame rack.
16. A chemical remover, sander.
17. Leveling, smooth.
18. Remove windshield wipers, emblems, name plates, mirrors, and other trim pieces, Clean each area with an approved cleaning agent, Machine and/or hand-sand chips and scratches, clean the interior carefully to remove all dust and dirt, Double-check that all surfaces are properly cleaned before masking, closely inspect all to be painted for any remaining imperfections. Correct any that you find.
19. It protects surfaces and parts from paint overspray. Special tape over things that weren’t suppose to be painted.
20. Complete Collision Services .