Certification & Affiliations
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At Duncan Auto Body, our staff participates in hundreds of hours of training and certifications every year.
By staying current with the latest technology and repair methods, we can keep our promise to you by restoring your vehicle back to pre-accident condition.
We associate ourselves with the following organizations that set high standards for ethics and professional business practices.
Duncan Auto Body staff has participated in Lexus manufacturer certified training.
Duncan Auto Body staff has participated in Toyota manufacturer certified training.
Duncan Auto Body staff are experts at the repairs of Subaru vehicles.
One hundred years ago, auto enthusiasts started a progressive club to increase the comfort and safety of all drivers with AAA insurance and its direct repair program. Duncan Auto Body is proud to be a certified participant of the AAA Direct repair program.
ASE tests and certifies automotive professionals in all major technical areas of repair and service. With nearly 400,000 currently certified professionals, the ASE program is national and has industry-wide acceptance and recognition. ASE-certified professionals can be found at every type of repair facility, from dealerships, service stations and franchises to parts stores, independent garages and even municipal fleets.
I-CAR is an international, not-for-profit training organization. All I-CAR activities and resources focus on helping the industry achieve a high level of technical training. The I-CAR vision is that every person in the collision industry, current and future, has the necessary knowledge and skills relevant to their position to achieve a complete and safe repair.
CCAR-GreenLink® Is the National Environmental Compliance Assistance Center for Auto Repair - an information center available at any time to shop owners, service technicians and anyone else interested in environmental compliance information related to the automotive industry. The available information is to assist automotive shop owners and technicians to better understand their general (federal) environmental responsibilities.