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Autoglass to provide ADAS calibrations to National Accident Repair

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Autoglass is now the “supply partner of choice” to National Accident Repair and will provide ADAS calibrations.

The National Accident Repair has a network of over 300 centres in the UK.

It’s vehicles will now be calibrated by one of the 250 Autoglass technicians.

Autoglass will also provide RADAR calibration at a limited number of locations as part of a pilot scheme.

Autoglass’ sales and marketing director Neil Atherton (pictured) said: “These are exciting times for Autoglass. This is our first calibration agreement with a large body shop network and further demonstrates how our high-quality ADAS calibration service is gaining recognition within the industry.

“We are delighted to embark on this new venture with National, as they are a company that aligns closely with ourselves and our values - and a well-established network within the industry.”

Accident Repair Group’s head of business development Chris Ryder said: “Autoglass is a recognised brand and this new partnership adds a dedicated professional calibration service to our network offering.

“As an established organisation, Autoglass will offer an improved key-to-key time and cost-certainty.

“The professionalism and reliability of their technicians is well known in the industry, and the solution-driven approach to ADAS at Autoglass was also a crucial factor in our decision making.

"This venture will allow us to cover both static and dynamic calibration on our customers’ vehicles.

“We are excited about developing this brand-new relationship and working with Autoglass in the future.” 

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