Nissan Certified Auto Body Shop & Collision Repair Center Ventura County
Tony’s Body Shop is a Nissan Certified body shop serving Ventura County, which includes Oxnard, Ventura County, and Camarillo, as well as areas like Fillmore, Santa Paula, and Ojai. Keep in mind we have shuttle service in our shuttle van to give you a ride when you drop off your vehicle for repairs. Certified collision repair body shops are audited to make sure they have the proper equipment and the training to be able to properly repair your vehicle to its pre accident condition. A proper repair and a repair that is done with your family in mind to continue to keep your car safe is important. Nissans are now being built with new features that assist the driver to make the car a safer car to drive. Feachers like blind spot monitoring that alert you if there is a car in your blind spot before you change lanes.
Why Select a Nissan Approved Repair Center?
Some Nissans have automatic emergency braking which also looks for pedestrians. Some have the automatic rear braking as well. When backing up there is what is called “rear cross traffic alert”. When repairing a Nissan these features as well as others, need to be considered so that the car is operating as it was before any collision accident. A certified Nissan Auto Body Shop knows what to look for. A shop knows what may or may not need to be calibrated. Shops know these things because they have access and are able to look at the factory repair procedures that spell out what needs to be done to properly repair your Nissan. There are repair procedures that deal with the repairing of panels, the how to and to what extent. There are repair procedures with regards to welding in a new panel, something as simple as how many spot welds it had before, and performing a destructive weld test to make sure the repair weld is up to standard is important. As time passes more and more vehicles are made with high strength steels. The metals can change from one year model to the next.
It is important to be able to look these things up to know if a panel or part is repairable or not. These are things a certified Nissan Collision Center can look up. Sometimes an insurance company will refer you to their preferred auto body shop. These are shops that have established a relationship with the insurance carrier, offering them discounts to be able to participate on their programs and obtain referrals. Check to see if the shops they are recommending are Nissan certified. In some situations they may be a Nissan Collision Repair Center, in many occasions they are not. It is up to the vehicle owner to determine where they should get their car repaired. In California consumers have the right to choose, the right to choose which collision repair center repairs their car. Sometimes an insurance carrier may tell you they warranty the work only if you use one of their preferred shops. The truth is that it is the shop that repairs the car that warranties the work, regardless if on a preferred list or not, so don’t be misled. A warranty is only as good as the shop that is willing to stand behind it, should you need any help. Discover the difference and ask around about Tony’s Body Shop.
Each Tesla is manufactured with aluminum or a hybrid aluminium-stell body. Aluminum requires extensive training and dedicated equipment to repair properly and to Tesla manufacturer standards. In addition, Tesla has its own strict safety standards for training in aluminium welding safety standards for trainings in aluminum welding and rivet bonding.