For many of us, a car is our second largest investment. So, it’s only natural that the car repair process would raise a few questions. Our job is to make sure we leave no question unanswered.
Q: What forms of payment are accepted?
A: We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express, personal and business checks.
Q: Does Caliber offer payment plans?
A: Unfortunately, no. Before we return your vehicle in pre-accident condition, we require full payment of the insurance deductible or the complete bill if paying out-of-pocket.
Q: Can I submit an online estimate through the website?
A: Yes, you sure can. Simply, click here to visit the online estimation form.
If you have any questions regarding online estimates, feel free to contact the online estimating team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Do I have to get more than one estimate?
A: Nope, you sure don’t have to have more than one estimate to complete insurance company requirements and begin work on your vehicle.
Q: I am having issues submitting my photos online. What can I do?
A: Sorry for any hiccups in our system. While we work to fix it, feel free to email your name, cell phone or home number and the photos you’d like to upload to Caliber’s online estimators at email@example.com
Q: Do I need to schedule an appointment before visiting a Caliber location?
A: To provide you with unmatched convenience and service, it’s best to first schedule an appointment to either drop off your vehicle for repair or receive an estimate. Click here to schedule an appointment or give us a call at 1-888-Caliber (225-4237).
Q: I was just involved in an accident. I’ve already contacted all the necessary authorities, but what should I do next?
A: First of all, we’re sorry you’re in this position. But don’t worry, we’re here to restore the rhythm of your life. And remember, never drive a car that could be dangerous due to visible or hidden damages after a collision. Our 24/7 Customer Service Center can help you arrange a tow with minimal wait time. You can reach them at 1.888.CALIBER (225-4237).
Q: How do I know Caliber is better than other car repair shops? I’m skeptical.
A: We understand. To put your mind at ease, we always keep an open line of communication. Plus, rest assured, we won’t stop until we make it right. Because your complete satisfaction isn’t just a goal. It’s what drives us. That’s why we allow customers to leave their unedited reviews right on our site. Click here to read reviews from a number of our customers across Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carlina, Texas and Virginia.
Q: My insurance adjuster has not seen my car yet. Do I have to finish that process before I give you the keys to my car?
A: Absolutely not. If it’s easier for you to leave your car with us and have the adjuster do their appraisal here, that’s no problem. Caliber works closely with all the major insurance companies and can easily advise them of any work and repairs that need to be done to your vehicle.
Q: If something goes wrong with my repairs, who do I contact?
A: All Caliber Collision work is backed by a written lifetime warranty available at any Caliber location. Simply contact your local Caliber Collision center or call 1-888-Caliber (225-4237) to schedule an appointment to come by and take care of any issue you may have with your vehicle repair.
Q: What if something goes wrong with one of the repairs I had done at Caliber a few years from now?
A: While we’re confident this will not happen, we’re also available to help if it does. We back up all repair work with a written lifetime warranty. That means whether it’s a month, a year or five years down the road, we’ll correct the problem free of charge at any one of our convenient Caliber locations.
Q: Okay, so I’m ready to bring in my vehicle. What can I expect when I get there?
A: Besides the friendly faces, free popcorn and inviting, kid-friendly waiting area, you’ll find the industry’s top collision repair professionals. If you already have an appointment scheduled, our Customer Service Representatives will introduce you to your Service Adviser who will walk you through your repair process. If you haven’t yet scheduled an appointment, you can do so by calling 1.888.CALIBER (225-4237) or clicking here.
Q: What about a rental car? Don’t tell me I have to go to their site too.
A: Only if you prefer to do so. Many of our locations have an on-site Enterprise Rent-a-Car location. And if the one you choose doesn’t, we’ll drop you off at the nearest Enterprise location free of charge. The average time for a vehicle to be in a repair shop is two weeks, so ask your insurance agent about your car rental coverage. Of course, we’ll do our best to get you back in your own vehicle as quickly as possible. If you’d like to schedule your rental before you arrive, simply call our 24/7 Customer Service Center at 1.888.CALIBER (225-4237).
Q: I am having issues completing the online career application process. What can I do?
A: Please alert us to the situation by emailing your questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll then let you know what the appropriate next steps will be to begin the application process.
Q: I have applied for a position with Caliber. What happens next?
A: Our recruiting team will carefully review your employment application, resume, and related information to match your qualifications with existing Caliber career opportunities. If a career match is found, you will be contacted by a member of our team for an initial interview.
Q: I have a friend that I would like to nominate for Recycled Rides, how do I do that?
A: To nominate an individual or family for a Caliber Collision Recycled Ride, please send an email to Caliber Collision using the form located on the Contact Us page. Click here to visit the page.
We approach Recycled Rides on a case-by-case basis across 15 to 20 centers per year. Conducting a Recycled Ride event at your local center is contingent on where we receive an appropriate vehicle from our insurance partners for refurbishing and gifting.