Toronto, Ontario — September 20, 2017 — The RoadTrust program is getting closer to being able to help motorists involved in collisions and vehicle breakdowns. RoadTrust is an accreditation program administered by Collision Industry Information Assistance (CIIA).
The program is now accepting shops into the pilot phase of the program. Only 10 collision repair facilities will be approved for the test pilot in the Greater Toronto Area, which starts October 1, 2017. More information on the RoadTrust program is available here.
RoadTrust allows a motorist to simply touch their phone and be able to connect immediately to the closest accredited shop or to the shop that has previously worked on their vehicle anytime in the past few years.
RoadTrust is looking for 10 collision repair facilities that are willing to engage in the pilot portion of the program. The pilot involves:
- Providing your customers with the phone app to load on your customer’s smartphone.
- Helping design a valuable incentive for your customers to participate in downloading the app.
- Using a third party pre and post scan process contracted to RoadTrust at your shop for selected vehicles with assistance on repairs.
- Using an electronic dispatch tow agency to immediately pick up vehicles at accident scenes.
If your shop is interested in being part of the future of shop accreditation and electronic retention, please contact RoadTrust at firstname.lastname@example.org.