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Montana Collision Repair Association
The Montana Collision Repair Association is comprised of body shops all across Montana. Our member shops believe that building relationships with our peers allows us to achieve greater consistency in industry practice; and thus, greater confidence in our industry from the consumer. The association also enjoys strong membership and participation from supporting vendors.
We are pleased to provide you with resources to assist your business.
Latest News
State Support of National Position on documented OEM Procedures

August 20, 2019

SCRS Education Committee Presents Video on Scanning, Diagnostics and Calibration

April 25, 2017

SCRS Releases Videos on Corrosion Protection

April 14, 2017

SCRS Announces Pittsburgh Repairer Roundtable; Includes Presentation from Carnegie Mellon University Researcher

March 27, 2017

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Guide to Complete Repair Planning
This document does not contain pricing, quantities, labor hours or any additional information as that should be determined based on your facility’s individual requirements.  All recipients of this document are herewith notified that the materials presented herein are not to be construed as information or direction to take concerted actions, Information can be utilized by individuals acting within their own judgement.

Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding How and Why

SCRS Presents: Blueprinting Tools for Collision Estimating

Being a Montana Registered Apprenticeship sponsor helps to aid in recruiting quality employees and invests in the future of your company by strengthening the long-term commitment from your workers. Teaching your employees new skills and providing incremental wages increases productivity, decreases turnover and can save your company on additional training needs.

There are many elements to collision repair that intersect with government regulation and involvement including insurance companies, aftermarket parts, direct repair programs, salvage title issues, and more.  Find out about the latest regulations in our industry by visiting the Montana State Auditor’s Commission of Securities and Insurance website.
OEM 1 Stop
Formed in 1998, and incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(6) corporation in 2012, the OEM Collision Repair Roundtable is a collision repair industry association composed of representatives from Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) vehicle manufacturers and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, a voice for the auto industry.


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