Bill Utter Ford is the oldest family owned and operated dealership in North Texas since 1956.
Being in an accident is already enough of a hassle, so why not work with a team of repair specialists that make getting your vehicle back in great shape a breeze? From this perspective, the crew here at Bill Utter Ford has gathered all of the info you need to know into one handy, comprehensive Collision Guide that you can download for free by clicking the button below. Hopefully, with this insight on your side, we can help you make the entire collision and repair process far less stressful and more straightfoward.
Know Your Rights
1. It is your right to select which collision repair center restores and repairs your damaged vehicle. Your insurance provider is not able to demand that you go to a collision center of their choice.
2. Which parts are used in the repair process is entirely your choice.
3. Repairs can only begin when you are ready to release your vehicle to the collision center of your choice.
Remember to look over your repair estimate thoroughly before the collision repair team gets to work. This document will provided a comprehensive breakown of the work that will be done and the parts that our team will use in your repair.
Why Selecting Original Ford Parts for Your Repair Is Always Your Best Choice
Insurers prioritize the use of aftermarket, remanufactured, and salvaged parts in an effort to keep their costs as low as possible. This means that you may wind up with parts used in your vehicle that don't have the same fit, finish, durability, or overall quality of legitimate Ford OEM parts.
OEM Ford parts are designed and manufactured specifically to work seamlessly with your Ford vehicle, so you can rest easy knowing that these premium parts will always live up to Ford's demanding specifications and provide outstanding performance for years to come. These parts are also essential to your maintaining your vehicle's optimal safety and performance standards since they were designed to work in perfect harmony with today's technologically advanced driver-assist and vehicle safety systems.