General Motors

As one of the leading names in the auto industry, General Motors specializes in safety, quality, and dependability. And the sales truly do show. General Motor’s 10-year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Warranty is such a powerful selling point that it is practically the brand’s motto. Even after a collision, General Motor’s confidence in their product holds strong. But when a General Motor vehicle is in a collision, it is imperative that the car is fixed according to industry standards. In the event of an accident, the car needs to be repaired at a facility with the correct accreditations.

That is where General Motors repair centers such as Hi-Tech Auto Care Inc. come into the picture. we are certified by Assured Performance, a non-profit consumer advocacy organization, for exceeding General Motor’s base standards in terms of high-quality training, modern equipment, and outstanding customer service.

Throughout Hi-Tech Auto Care’s repair process, all General Motor’s maintain their safety, value, durability, fit, and finish. At the start of the process, our adjusters fight for the customer’s right to use all OEM parts on their cars. Upon obtaining approval to repair the vehicle from the insurance company, Hi-Tech Auto Care Inc. immediately places an order on the parts. This allows us to get to work on the vehicle as soon as possible, carefully documenting every small step of the process. By recording our plan and process, we are able to track down and diagnose any future issues that may arise in the future in the very rare event that there is any. Our process includes two different vehicle checks. The first check is a 120 point inspection that checks all the systems in the vehicle to make sure they operate as intended. This test includes a road test crucial to ensuring the vehicle functions exactly as it did before it was in the accident. The second part of the test includes a diagnostic scan done after the repair. This is to ensure there are no red flags or system malfunctions in the system.

We go out of our way to diagnose any unforeseen problems, and in the rare case in which we cannot find a problem, we work directly with the service departments of recognized General Motors dealerships. Upon passing both tests, your General Motor vehicle is then detailed to look as crystal clean and pristine as the car did in pre-accident condition. We want the customer to feel as though they are driving their car off the dealership lot for the first time again!