Start With Your Insurance Policy
Did you know that it’s your right to get only new Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts? Or that some insurance companies have parts riders to cover OEM parts? Call your provider and ask these questions:
- Does my current policy include new OEM parts coverage?
- Can I add an OEM parts rider to my current policy?
- If I don’t have OEM parts coverage, is there another policy I can get that covers OEM parts if I’m in a collision?
- Does that ensure that the parts used to repair my vehicle are new OEM parts?
Then Learn the Repair Process
It’s important to know that you have choices when it comes to collision repair:
If you’re ever in an accident, the most important thing is to make sure you and anyone else involved are safe. Anything else you need to worry about is included in this Collision Assistance.
When It's ° and Overcast
(with a chance of collisions)Headlights help make for safe driving, even during the day
When It's ° and Sunny
(with a chance of collisions)Make sure your windshield is clean inside and out
When It's ° and Rainy
(with a chance of collisions)Slow down and leave room for stopping
When It's ° and Foggy
(with a chance of collisions)Give yourself plenty of time to react when it’s hard to see
When It's ° and Icy
(with a chance of collisions)Don’t drive if you don’t have to
When It's ° and Snowy
(with a chance of collisions)Take your time and leave room for stopping
When It's ° and Nighttime
(with a chance of collisions)Check your head and taillamps to make sure they are all working
The Right Repairs
Learn what to ask and what to look for when you get repairs.View repairs
The Right Collision Center
Find a list of Ford-certified dealer and independent collision repair centers near you.Find a center
The Right Parts
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