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Why Genuine Ford Collision Parts Are The Right Choice
There are many reasons why you chose your Ford vehicle. Reasons like safety, performance and appearance. If your vehicle has ever been involved in an accident and you need repairs, you expect your vehicle to protect, perform and look “like new.” Here’s one thing to keep in mind: as a vehicle owner, you have the right to have only Genuine Ford Original Equipment collision replacement parts installed after an accident.
Today’s vehicles use more advanced high-strength steels, exotic metals and composite materials than ever before. Ford Motor Company vehicles also include highly advanced crash-avoidance and safety-system technologies. It is critical for these systems to be repaired with parts that will deliver the intended level of form, function, performance and safety our engineers originally specified.
To help ensure you are getting “like new” performance after an accident, Ford recommends using Genuine Ford Original Equipment collision replacement parts. Many customers assume that only Genuine Ford Original Equipment collision replacement parts would be used to repair their vehicle after an accident. Unfortunately, this is not the case.
There’s only one way to truly know you are getting the right parts manufactured with the original design intent for your Ford:
Insist that repairs are made with Genuine Ford Original Equipment collision replacement parts.The right parts are critical to your vehicle’s long-term performance and your peace of mind.
Without the right insurance, if you are in an accident, your vehicle may not get repaired with parts specifically engineered to offer the safety and reliability of a Genuine Ford part.
Make sure you know the difference in part types and approve the parts being specified for your vehicle before the repairs begin. This can help lead to a more satisfying repair experience.
To learn more about your collision repair rights and Genuine Ford Original Equipment collision replacement parts, click here.
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