Morrill Collision Repair Inc. has been in business for eighteen years. In those eighteen years we have grown from a simple collision repair shop employing two owners, to a respected, multifaceted business employing five staff members that include an estimator and three shop technicians.

The little body shop has expanded to a top-of-the-line collision repair center with a rental car service and a fully equipped towing and roadside assistance branch.

Last year, we fulfilled our goal of entering the heavy-duty field of towing and recovery by purchasing a 2018 Freightliner Heavy Wrecker. This year we are excited to include another extremely versatile piece of equipment, a 2013 CAT 660 with detachable towing unit (DTU), which will give us the ability to tow anything from a pickup/trailer combination to a fully loaded tractor trailer, dump trucks, and diesel pusher motor homes to help with the growing heavy-duty side of the business. It is important for us that our drivers are equipped with the skills and knowledge to safely accomplish the job of a light-duty to a heavy-duty call. For this reason, our drivers have gone through two levels of WreckMaster courses learning in depth safety measures and proper scene assessment procedures. Our fleet also includes an enclosed trailer enabling us to efficiently transport motorcycles in a way that will protect them from the elements.

This year we have taken bigger steps on achieving the GOLD level in our I-CAR certifications. In March, our team went through an In-Shop Knowledge Assessment which has gotten us closer to our goal and by June Morrill Collision Repair should be an I-CAR Gold class shop! I-CAR is an elite collision repair institute that provides shops like ours the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs for the ultimate benefit of the consumer. An important part of who we are at Morrill Collision Repair is that we are active learners in our field to give our customers the best quality of work. It is the people we work with and work for that we are thinking of as we continue to seek out the best products and safest procedures for what we do.

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