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Collision on Wheels Takes New Approach to Collision Repair

September 22, 2008

WARREN, MI Fleet managers who spend a day or more without their vehicle know how complicated conducting everyday business gets without them. "Sending your car to a body shop can take days and costs a fortune," said Atchity, CEO of Collision on Wheels (, a U.S. chain of mobile collision repair specialists.

"Fleet managers rely on their vehicles to provide a clean identity for their business, but the loss taken when a vehicle is out at a body shop creates a problem with maintaining this image," said Atchity.

Customers wait days or even weeks depending on the availability of parts with their repairs. In most cases, Collision on Wheels can reuse the damaged parts and make them look new again. "Our role is to cut valuable time from the collision process and keep fleets at full capacity," said Atchity.

The company's mobile approach is positioned to meet this demand in the collision industry. "CW's mobile approach to minor collision repairs saves our clients time, money and maintains the resale value of their vehicles," said Atchity.

Collision on Wheels, We Come to You, was founded in 1999 in Warren, Mich. The chain of mobile paint and collision repair specialists has 45 metro market locations servicing residential and commercial customers in the U.S. 

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