When you have been involved in a collision or your vehicle needs auto body, paint, or glass repair services it is important to know that your vehicle is being repaired properly both for your safety and your peace of mind. But how do you know if the collision centre you are using has the knowledge to repair your vehicle to like-new condition?
CSN Collision Centres deliver safety, reliability, and trust to every customer. Your needs are always our focus. At CSN we pride ourselves on providing a superior repair experience through trust and transparency. Every Canadian depends on safe and reliable transportation and when accidents happen, we take them seriously, because we know how important it is to get back on the road – with confidence.
Check out our training credentials and certifications below.
ICBC C.A.R. Valet
C.A.R. shop VALET facilities are ICBC-accredited auto body shops that do safe, quality repairs for their customers. They also provide their customers with additional value-added services.
I-CAR Gold Class
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 20% of collision repair shops currently complete the rigorous training requirements needed to meet the Gold Class standard. Businesses that earn Gold Class status are proud of their accomplishment and will typically display the Gold Class logo prominently in their shop and on their website to help you identify them as highly trained repair facilities.
As vehicles incorporate more and more new materials and new technologies, current training has become increasingly important for proper repairs. Gold Class shops are trained to know:
- How to make the right decisions for a safe repair
- How to find hidden damage others may not see
- The latest repair procedures and technologies
- Which parts to repair and which to replace
Canadian Collision Industry Accreditation Program (CCIAP)
The Canadian Collision Industry Accreditation Program (CCIAP) is a national program, managed by AIA (Automotive Industries Association) of Canada. The program establishes a core of business, equipment, operational and training requirements which are required to perform modern collision repairs in a safe and efficient manner.
CAA-Approved Auto Repair Services
The CAA-Approved Auto Repair Services (AARS™) program identifies auto repair facilities that meet stringent CAA standards for quality service at fair prices.
2500 King George Blvd.
Surrey, BC V4P 1H5
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