A body repairer is someone who works in the automotive industry. They repair, restore, restore and replace vehicle bodies and frames, windshields and window glass. Auto body repairers restore, restore, and replace vehicle bodies and frames. They inspect car frames for structural damage and assess the repairability of damaged parts, such as windshields, doors, tires, or the car body.
They mostly work indoors in car shops or garages and the work can be physically demanding. CARSTAR offers high-quality repairs and is a leader in the automotive body repair industry for satisfaction ratings. Although formal automotive body repair training is preferred, many candidates are hired without it and learn on the job. Whether they're applying a gloss finish to add shine to an old car or repairing structural damage from a collision, automotive and related body repairers return damaged vehicles to their near-new condition.
Your body collision repair specialist has the training to bring the structural integrity of the car frame back to the manufacturer's specifications. Automotive body repairers generally need a combination of a high school diploma and completion of a formal automotive collision repair training program. Auto repairers' tasks include inspecting cars for structural damage, reviewing damage reports, preparing cost estimates, and planning job repairs.