Volvo customers choose service providers that prioritize a commitment to quality collision repairs to help keep their vehicles the safest on the road.
What does it take to meet Volvo Car USA safety requirements?
Technicians that have up-to-date I-CAR training may perform non-structural and many basic repairs to Volvo vehicles. Structural repairs and repairs to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) or components linked to autonomous driving functions must be performed only at Volvo Certified Collision Facilities (VCCFs). Volvo restricts sales of certain structural components and other parts made of advanced materials to our VCCFs only.
Volvo Certified Collision Repair Facilities have the special tools and training required to work on structural and other components made with boron, aluminum, and other advanced high-strength materials. Our VCCF technicians have also been trained to efficiently diagnose and restore ADAS and other sophisticated safety-related vehicle systems to factory performance specifications.
Choose a VCCF to perform structural and other advanced repairs for your customers’ collision-damaged vehicles. Go to https://www.volvocars.com/us/own/owner-info/service-by-volvo/certified-collision for a list of VCCFs in your area.
Volvo is looking for elite facilities to add to our Volvo Certified Collision Facilities network. As any of our current VCCFs will tell you, the benefits of becoming part of our Certified Collision Facility network are tremendous.
Your facility likely meets our requirements if:
And if you go the extra mile for your customers, we want to hear from you.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you would like to become a Volvo Certified Collision Facility. You will be contacted by the Volvo Regional Certification Collision Manager (RCCM) in your area. We are already three-fourths of the way to our goal of 350 total VCCFs in the United States, so contact us soon.