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Keri Coach Is Now a BMW Certified Collision Repair Center

I am so obsessed with the cars that sometimes I feel like my heart is not a muscle, it’s an engine.
― Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Keri Coach Works’ promise to our customers is commitment to providing exceptional auto body collision repair for all makes and models of vehicles. Exceptional service requires evolution. Our growth is directly related to that promise to our customers. Which means that we’re proud to announce that we’ve joined the newly expanded network of BMW Certified Collision Repair Centers. These centers have no equal when it comes to restoring your BMW to its original specifications.

Owning a BMW is not simply a financial investment. It’s an emotional investment. Your heart has a direct connection to that engine. Maybe you’ve always been a proud BMW owner. Or maybe your BMW is your first luxury vehicle. The car you’ve always dreamed of owning. BMW is not just a car, it’s a lifestyle. And to preserve that lifestyle, you take care of your BMW. You’re careful about where you park. You’re a conscientious driver. But no matter how responsible you might be, some things are out of your control. You have a minor or major accident. And that’s when you need Keri Coach Works.

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When that stressful unfortunate accident happens, you want the best care possible for your BMW. You want to know that the repair is completed by someone who knows your car inside and out. What may look to you like a minor ding or dent, may possibly infiltrate your vehicle’s integrity and/or safety systems. We all know that cars are much more complex than they used to be. Gone are the days when one could almost stand inside the engine compartment and self-repair with a handful of tools and a rubber mallet. You need someone who will restore your confidence that your BMW will be repaired expertly. Keri Coach Works’ new certification enables our skilled technicians to locate any problem, above or below the surface.

The Certified Difference:

  • Original BMW Parts
  • BMW Trained Technicians
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • BMW approved repair procedures
  • Certified results

The accident may have been out of your control, but your decision as to where your BMW is repaired is yours to make. What you want for your treasured BMW is a Certified Collision Repair Center, like Keri Coach Works, who through the best and up-to-date technology, tools, equipment and expertise will reassure you that your BMW will still be as beautiful as the day you became a proud owner.

When you are back behind the wheel, you’ll have confidence that inside and out, your BMW is restored to its best condition. And you can continue to enjoy driving your dream car with the pride of BMW ownership.

Subaru Certified: Why It Matters

Subaru showroom vehicle

A body shop is a body shop is a body shop. Right? Wrong! As with any human skill, levels of expertise and experience will vary from shop to shop and from individual to individual. Some mechanics are just better at it than others; and the collective skill of all the mechanics working at a single facility can vary—often significantly—from one to the other.

Interior of Keri Coach Works Body Shop in Westbury, NY
Keri Coach Works, Westbury, NY

Similarly, a car is a car is a car. Right?! Wrong again! A long time ago, in an automotive galaxy far, far away, when the car industry was relatively young, one vehicle was more or less indistinguishable from another. Sure, some makes and models were simply better than others right off the assembly line. Some were known for their superior performance on the road, while others could boast about their extra-eyecatching stylish or sporty looks no matter where they were.

But aesthetics and engineering aside, underneath it all most automobiles could be characterized as “generic”: that is, they were all basically a collection of seats inside a box bolted to a chassis mounted on a set of four wheels—a self-motile machine equipped with lights and mirrors, propelled by a petroleum-fueled internal combustion engine, and controlled by a steering wheel, gear shift, gas-pedal, and brake. If it broke down, was involved in a collision, or otherwise damaged in some way far away from the dealer from which it was first purchased, no problem! Pretty much any competent mechanic could fix it. And if it needed new parts, again no problem: a good many of those parts were more or less standard and interchangeable from one make/model to another, and could easily be obtained from any well-stocked auto parts supplier.

Well, those days are long past.