By Colby Horton
In detailing specific services offered by these companies, we have focused on 12 general categories. The companies surveyed selected the categories that best represented their services. We have also included the specialty of each company - whether it caters to the mechanical or collision sectors of the industry. In some instances, the companies selected both sectors as their specialty.
Companies highlighted in red are ASA member benefit providers.
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