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H&V Collision Center Queensbury Announces Honda Certification



H&V Collision Center, the largest family owned and operated repair company in the Capital Region, announced that their Queensbury shop is now Honda ProFirst certified. This additional certification means that all seven H&V locations are now Honda ProFirst certified.

As a Honda and Acura Certified Collision Repair facility, H&V’s automotive technicians use the latest technology, equipment, and parts to ensure your vehicle is repaired using the original manufacturer’s recommendations. To earn the Honda ProFirst Certification, H&V Collision facilities must meet specific criteria and standards set forth by Honda and Acura manufacturers. To meet these standards, H&V Collision uses OEM parts for your automobile repairs.

Assistant Vice President Rich Tanchyk said, “We are extremely pleased that our seventh location has been approved by Honda of America. The ProFirst program demonstrates a recognition by Honda of the integrity of H&V Collision as a repair provider and we understand fully the advantage that it gives us in the repair community. We look forward to ensuring that all of our Honda customers cars are repaired safely and to the highest standards.”

H&V, an industry leader for more than 40 years in upstate New York, currently has seven locations throughout and outside of the capital district.

 

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