• 2019

Crash Courses & Educations

A World Wide Web of Collision & Repair Resources and Training

Finding quality collision repair resources can be difficult. That’s why Mopar® has consolidated a lot of the information you need to perform top-notch repairs that keep your customers (and your customers’ friends and family) coming back.

Set up a complimentary account at MoparRepairConnection.com and gain immediate access to a library of factory-issued body repair manuals. These manuals take the guesswork out of tasks like identifying steel types and restoring structural joints, as well as proper replacement and finish techniques for sheet metal.

While you’re visiting MoparRepairConnection.com, be sure to check out the factory position statements, including policies for structural repair, as well as replacements for wheels, seat covers, air bags, scan tool usage and restraints. It’s all indispensable information that can make your collision repairs easier and more profitable – while securing the long-term loyalty and referrals of your customers!

For your all-access pass, set up your complimentary account at MoparRepairConnection.com.

Enroll To Become An FCA US LLC Certified Collision Repair Facility

Ask your dealer how you can be recognized as a repair provider choice that is certified for your customers. This unique program identifies collision repair facilities that have all the proper tools, equipment, training and facilities. Plus, certified shops receive complimentary business development support, discounts on Tech Authority and wiTech, and documentation and signage to help promote your certification.

The Latest Collision Legislation At Your Fingertips

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and the Automotive Service Association (ASA) are two great resources for current collision legislation news. If you need legislative reports on aftermarket parts disclosure laws or replacement crash parts laws, or are just looking for the latest breaking news in the collision industry, visit SCRS at http://scrs.com or ASA at http://www.asashop.org. Stay up to date on your state’s latest collision legislation news!