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Suburban Collision Centers Offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty on All Repairs

Here at Suburban Collision Centers, we're confident in the quality of service that our technicians provide. We're so confident, in fact, that we offer a limited lifetime warranty for repairs received at any of our locations.

Who gets the warranty?

Any customer who gets auto body repair services from Suburban Collision Centers is eligible for the limited lifetime warranty. We cover all repairs -- from frame straightening to glass replacement and more.

 

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ASE and OEM Certification: How the Right Credentials can Signal a Qualified Auto Body Technician

Not all collision repair centers are equal. A variety of factors play into the quality of services you may find at any given auto body shop. But there's one factor that stands out above the rest: staffing. A shop can have all of the most advanced equipment and fanciest facility, but without properly qualified technicians, it won't be able to provide the kind of care that most drivers expect.

This is exactly why Suburban Collision Centers locations ensure that all technicians on staff are ASE and OEM certified. 

 

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Get Home on Time with a Rental Car While Your Personal Vehicle Gets Collision Repairs

Overnight requirements aren't uncommon at Suburban Collision Center locations. Often, collision damage is extensive enough to require cars to stay at the shop for longer periods. Sometimes, it can take several days to complete all of the necessary repairs. This can leave many customers in a difficult situation, as their primary mode of transportation is out for the count.

Suburban Collision Centers won't leave you stranded, however. If your car needs to stay at the shop for an extended period, we can offer you a short-term rental vehicle to help you get by in the meantime.

 

 

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Suburban Collision Centers Maintain Close Connections with Major Insurance Providers

Suburban Collision Centers strive to provide a comprehensive auto body repairs support system to Michigan drivers. While our team members take pride in providing high quality repairs, their efforts go far beyond handywork. We understand that our customers have a whole array of factors to consider when seeking collision repair. Among the most important of these factors is insurance.

Most car owners who come to our collision centers rely on insurance to take care of most or all of the costs of repairs. 

 

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Pick-Up and Delivery Services at Suburban Collision Centers Can Save You Time and Hassle

It doesn't take much to disrupt a busy schedule. Throw one wrench into the plan and you could be scrambling to catch up for the rest of the day.

This is the common problem with taking a car in for auto body repairs. Whether your car needs paint touch-ups, dents knocked out, or structural repairs, actually getting it to the body shop without interrupting your plans can be a challenge.

 

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Need a Lift Home from a Suburban Collision Location? Take Advantage of Convenient Shuttle Services

One of the most popular services offered at Suburban Collision Centers is the convenience of a shuttle to get you to and from your next location.

When drivers come Suburban Collision Centers for repairs, they're likely leaving their primary form of transportation behind. This can make for a real headache getting around town. Rather than relying on a friend or calling a cab, you can catch a ride with a Suburban Collision Centers shuttle. These drivers take customers where they need to go every day. They can even pick you up and bring you back to the shop once…

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On-Site Glass Replacement Offered by the Suburban Collision Centers

Glass damage can happen to any car. Small chips in your windshield can split into major cracks; summer hail may damage your windows; whatever the cause, the glass on your car is susceptible to damage.

It's not uncommon to encounter glass damage at various times throughout your ownership. When it does occur, you'll need to schedule repairs as soon as possible. The problem for many drivers is finding the time to get the repairs done.

 

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