IS YOUR VEHICLE IN NEED OF REPAIRS? SPEAK TO THE EXPERTS AT CCR
You may have a small ding or perhaps an accident or collision has left your vehicle in need of repairs. Here at CCR, we want to ensure that you have access to a repair facility that meets rigid standards for workmanship, integrity and safety.
The CCR repair team undergo extensive training in the proper use of all repair equipment and technologies. These measurements ensure that your vehicle is returned to the exact specifications as prior to the accident, in a timely and professional manner. Our technicians and estimators are trained and certified by I-CAR, the repair industry’s leading training program.
LEADING TECHNICIANS AND WORKSHOP
CCR built a new facility in 2010, which is regarded by many in the industry as the top repair shop in New Zealand. We are proud to offer you one of the largest, most technically advanced, eco friendly panel and paint body shops in New Zealand.
We repair cars, trucks, boats, buses, motorbikes, helicopters... you name it, we can fix it! Warrant repairs to restorations - No job too big or small.
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Phone: 06 843 8200
We work with all insurance companies - it's your choice who repairs your car. If you need a rapid, professional, guaranteed repair by a highly trained and qualified team, from a company who has been in business since 1916 and are passionate about their profession and utterly pride themselves on excellence, then CCR is what you've been looking for!
A LONG STANDING HISTORY IN HAWKE'S BAY: 1916 - 2016
A century ago CCR was A Dykes and Sons, primarily a coaching and wheelwright (fixing wooden wheels) business. It evolved with the motor vehicle by first building them, importing truck chassis, adding a motor and building the body. As vehicles became more common so did collisions and the business evolved into panelbeating. Roger Greaney was just 16 when he started his apprenticeship there 47 years ago. The industry has continued to changed to kept up with times. Read more here in HB Today's article. Visit our 100 years page for photos and more on the City Collision Repairs (CCR) story.