Collision Repair You Can Trust
Start With Safety
When the time comes to find a collision-repair center, it’s important to choose a facility that you
trust. Take into account the training and ability of the technicians. Make sure in advance that
they’re trained to specialize in your type of vehicle, and that they are using the proper tools and
equipment when repairing it.
To help promote proper, safe repairs of GM vehicles, we recommend choosing one of our suggested collision-repair facilities. To find a collision repair facility near you, start by clicking the “LOCATE COLLISION REPAIR FACILITY” button below. This tool can help you locate a trusted collision-repair facility in your area.
The GM Collision Repair Network
Navigating a collision repair can be difficult and confusing. When it’s time for a repair, turn to the GM Collision Repair Network. GM Collision Repair Network facilities are committed to following GM-approved repair procedures with GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco parts to help promote proper, safe repairs of General Motors vehicles. Our collision-repair facility locator can help you find repair facilities in your area—while also detailing whether or not they are a part of the GM Collision Repair Network.
Insist on GM OE Parts
Not all parts are created equal. Ensure that your GM stays a GM during repairs. Alternative parts made by other companies may fit poorly, exhibit premature durability or corrosion problems, or perform below standards. Only GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco OE parts are designed, engineered, tested, and backed by GM.
Your Rights as a Customer
The choice is yours, not theirs. Ultimately, you’re in the driver’s seat when it comes to which replacement parts are used. But some insurance policies* may limit compensation for repairs that use aftermarket collision parts, which may not provide the same level of original fit, form, and function as GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco OE parts.
ASK YOUR INSURANCE PROVIDER THESE KEY QUESTIONS:
- Does my current policy include new OEM parts?
- Will the parts used to repair my vehicle be new OEM parts?
- Is a rental car provided during repairs under my policy?
- Do I have to take my vehicle to a drive-in claims center, or can I take it to a dealer?
GM Limited Warranty
GM Genuine Parts collision products come with built-in peace of mind and the confidence of customer protection. Find out how we can help keep you covered:
Sheet Metal Limited-Warranty Form
Bumper Fascia Lifetime Limited Warranty Form
Find a Collison-Repair Facility You Trust
It’s important that when choosing a repair facility, you take into account the training and ability of the technicians. Your local GM Collision Repair Network Facility has the parts, tools, and expertise to repair your GM vehicle. You can trust them to provide you with excellent customer service and help promote proper, safe repairs.
You can’t put a price on peace of mind. OnStar lets you drive with added confidence, knowing
an Emergency-Certified OnStar Advisor is ready to help no matter what happens out on the
road. If your GM vehicle is equipped with an active OnStar subscription, you can simply
press the blue button for Roadside Assistance.** If not, dial the appropriate Roadside
Assistance number below for assistance:
***Connected vehicle services vary by vehicle model and require active service plan, working electrical system, cell reception and GPS signal. OnStar links to emergency services. Check here for details and limitations.