Read below to see how this change affects your warranty.
Effective, January 1st, 2022, Ford Certified Collision Network is updating Paint Material Policy so that warranty sublet paint repairs are now required to be performed at a body shop that is part of the Ford Certified Collision Network.
Everything you need to know:
Ford Motor Company’s latest policy change regarding Warranty sublet repairs has taken effect as of January 1st, 2022. These changes mean that if a customer would like to have their paint repaired through their Ford vehicle’s warranty, the will be required to bring their vehicle in to a Ford Certified Collision Network (FCCN) collision shop, if there is one located within 80KMs of the servicing dealership.
You can find your nearest Ford Certified Collision Network Craftsman Collision location by clicking here.
This FCCN paint warranty supports the Ford Motor Company’s customer-first philosophy of providing Ford vehicle owners with quality, safe collision repairs which utilize original equipment repair procedures and parts. The Ford Motor company is dedicated to delivering on collision repair solutions that need a variety complex vehicle needs through certification of proper equipment, trained professionals and necessary facility requirements.
As of November, all 40 Craftsman Collision shops in Canada are part of the Ford Certified Collision Network (FCCN).
Since 1977, Vancouver drivers have looked to Craftsman Collision for auto body repair. We are the largest family owned and operated collision repair chain in Canada, OEM certified by the top car manufacturers. We offer award winning customer service, quality craftsmanship, lifetime warranty, auto glass and windshield repair and AIR MILES®. No matter who your insurance provider is, whether through ICBC, Economical Insurance or a third-party insurer, our repair centers will provide you with a streamlined, hassle free experience.
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