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Canadians get more official FCA body shops

by David Zatz on

FCA Canada announced an exclusive agreement with Certified Collision Care, a grouping of body shops, to co-develop, launch, and manage the Mopar Certified Collision Repair Facility (MCCRF) program.

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MCCRF is being created to set up certification and turnkey programs for dealers and independent body shops to become certified by FCA Canada, for uniform quality of crash repairs. The idea is to give customers high-quality options while cutting the costs of participation for shops.

Existing Certified Collision Care facilities will be recognized as Mopar Certified Collision Repair Facilities on June 1, 2016.

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