The General Motors Canada Collision Repair Network

A network of GM Dealers that are focused on proper and safe repairs.

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Unlike other certified networks, the GM Collision Repair Network is a comprehensive program that uses ongoing evaluation of the necessary training, equipment and repair procedures used to repair today’s increasingly complex GM vehicles.

Canada GM Collision Repair Network Benefits:

  • Recognition as a facility that meets or exceeds GM collision repair requirements—giving your customers peace of mind.
  • Access to an engaged network of collision facilities that focused on proper and safe repair of all GM vehicles.
  • Access to integrated estimating and repair solutions that streamline your workflow while helping to ensure network requirements.
  • Time-saving access to in-line, integrated repair procedures—no more time searching for procedure documentation.
  • Cloud based documentation available to all stakeholders—including insurers—to support the correct repair process.

Mitchell is responsible for managing enrollment and reporting capabilities as it relates to the program KPIs and site audits which will include:

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To get started, Review the Core Requirements List and FAQs to prepare your facility and technicians for the program. Please be aware that the application can take up to an hour to complete and will require pictures of all items listed on the CORE requirements list.

Download French Versions: FAQs, CORE Requirements and Tool and Equipment List.

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If you are interested in joining this network and would like more information, please use the form below:


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