"I couldn't complain whatsoever! The repair was excellent."
Ms O'Keefe, Rainham
Ms O'Keefe, Rainham
Body Repair Kitemark – Safer accident repairs in LondonAJC Wilson Bodyshop was the first accident repair centre in the UK to be awarded the BSI Kitemark for vehicle body repair, and Managing Director Chris Oliver remains heavily involved in developing the standard.
Our number one priority as a Thatcham BSI Kitemark approved accident repair centre is your safety. Whether you are a vehicle driver, passenger, pedestrian, insurer or fleet manager, you want to know that any vehicle on the road will behave in the way the manufacturer intended, in the event of an accident.
Car manufacturers invest huge sums of money to ensure that vehicles achieve high ratings for occupant and pedestrian safety in EuroNCAP tests, which play a huge factor in the vehicle buyer’s decision. However, the results of these ratings only apply up until a vehicle has an accident. It is at this point that the bodyshop of your choice influences the future performance of your car in any subsequent crash. Recent exposes on Channel 5’s Fifth Gear and BBC News (click here to view) demonstrate how critical this can be.
At our Dagenham-based bodyshop, we strongly believe that your vehicle should always perform the way the manufacturer intended. That’s why every body repair we undertake is carried out to the Thatcham BSI Kitemark Standard and all our technicians are fully trained to perform any type of cosmetic or structural repair and ensure that the correct method is used for repairing your vehicle. Every vehicle body repair we do carries a lifetime guarantee and genuine* manufacturer parts are always used.
Before you choose a bodyshop to repair your vehicle, make sure you look for the Kitemark symbol, ensure that only approved parts and methods are going to be used to repair your accident damage, and remember:
It’s your vehicle. It’s your choice. Choose the best!
We’re not the best body repairer by accident.
*Unless your insurer stipulates that we have to use a non-genuine alternative as part of their approved repairer agreement.