is "Class A" ?
A" is a higher level of licensing by the Nevada Department of Motor
Vehicles. It's over and above a conventional body shop license. A "Class
A" certified shop is required by State mandates to provide proof of the ongoing
annual training needed to keep up with the rapidly changing metallurgy and repair
technologies of newly made vehicles. A "Class A" collision repair center
must, by State statute, also possess the proper equipment necessary to restore
a wrecked vehicle's structural integrity back to factory safety standards.
2. Certified welders on staff with an inverter welder (duplicates factory type welds)
3. Paint booths with baking capabilities for factory type paintwork
4. Written Limited Lifetime Warranties mandated by the State
5. A computer assisted frame rack and wheel alignment rack on premises
choose just a body shop to repair your vehicle, when the safety of your family
may be at stake? Choose a Nevada DMV certified "Class A" Collision Repair
Center to insure your car is accurately and safely repaired. License verification
can be checked at www.dmvnv.com , just
click on Business
License Verification about halfway down their home page. Once there, one can
sort the "Class A" from the rest by clicking the Class A heading on
the right. This will bring all Class A licensed shops to the front page. Only
a handful of shops are able to meet these standards.