We are proud of our distinction as a Subaru Certified Collision Repair Center. Being Certified means that we have the ability to accurately follow OEM repair guidelines and safety procedures and use original parts that maintain the integrity and value of your Subaru.
Whether you bought your Subaru new, used, or leased, automotive insurance is required. And when you contact your insurance agent/company after an accident, it is important to know the customer rights that are included with any automotive insurance policy.
Your insurer may recommend a repair facility, but you have the right to decide where to have your Subaru repaired unless that right is limited by your insurance policy.
You may request that your insurer and repair facility agree to use only Genuine Subaru Collision Parts when making any parts replacements.
Vehicle technology is changing at a rapid pace. New materials, safety systems, and complex parts are being introduced frequently, and our partnership with Subaru ensures we have the latest and most up-to-date information and training to repair it the way it was originally built.
The type of replacement parts used to repair your vehicle after an accident can make a substantial difference. Subaru of America, Inc. strongly advises against using generic, recycled, or non-original equipment body panels, bumpers, or other parts when replacing damaged ones. Using only Genuine Subaru Collision Parts for replacement helps ensure accurate fitment, renewed safety protection, and a lasting repair.
Our Team at Formula 1 Collision Center is ready to help you start your Certified Subaru Repair today!