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Wheels' Collision Management Program Earns Gold Class Certification

April 02, 2008

DES PLAINES, Ill. --- Wheels has received its sixth consecutive I-CAR Gold Class certification for the company's collision management program.

"We are proud to maintain this status by providing our collision specialists with ongoing training and certification," said Jeff Whiteside, director of maintenance and collision services. "We feel it's very important to ensure they have the right information and skills to best manage our clients' repairs."

I-CAR is the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair and is recognized across the automotive repair and insurance industries as the standard in collision repair and service certification. The I-CAR Gold Class is awarded to organizations that are committed to quality and excellence through training. 

Wheels Inc. provides a full range of specialized services to help corporations manage their vehicle fleets.

 

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