CSN-427 Auto Collision receives Tesla Approved Body Shop Network designation

CSN-427 Auto Collision receives Tesla Approved Body Shop Network designation
Toronto, Ontario — August 6, 2018 — CSN-427 Auto Collision is now a certified Tesla Approved Auto Body Shop.
“Our team is very proud to belong to the Tesla Approved Body Shop Network,” said Lorenzo D’Alessandro, Owner of CSN-427 Auto Collision. “All of our staff members worked very hard to successfully complete the Tesla approved courses. This intensive, firsthand training allows our aluminum vehicle repair team to properly and safely restore Tesla vehicles to their exact pre-accident condition with a lifetime guarantee on all repairs.”
“CSN always strives to lead the collision repair industry with ground-breaking techniques, achieving the highest standard in customer service and quality, safe repairs said Flavio Battilana, Chief Operating Officer, CSN Collision Centres. “The Tesla certification at CSN-427 Auto demonstrates the talent and dedication of our team.”
About the Tesla Approved Body Shop Network Certification
The Tesla Approved Body Shop Network is monitored and supported by Tesla Body Repair Program team personnel, working together to ensure drivers can continue to enjoy their Tesla
vehicle. Tesla Approved Body Shops have been factory trained and equipped to rebuild Tesla vehicles to the original vehicle specifications for structural integrity and quality of finish. Their aluminum welding capability is evaluated to ensure all safety critical welded joints can be guaranteed to meet Tesla’s OEM specifications along with the adhesive and mechanical jointing technology used in the construction of all Tesla vehicles.
For further information: Ashley Thorpe, CSN Collision Centres, ashleyt@csninc.ca, 647-222-
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