Using untested aftermarket parts can be problematic.
Unless your CEO likes addressing a hostile audience.
Want to see what happens to a replacement bumper that isn’t CAPA Certified? Check out the video at CAPAcertified.org/crash
The cameras. The lights. The grandstanding.
Sometimes you just know it’s not going to be
But you can avoid this sort of drama
by practicing Aftermarket Risk
Management, steering clear
of shoddy repair parts and
specifying CAPA Certified
replacement parts instead.
As the nation’s leading parts
certifying authority, we protect
your policyholders—and your
company—by putting repair parts
through tough tests to make sure
they fit, perform, last and are as safe as
CAPA Certified parts combine high quality
So have your claims personnel
specify them by name and confirm
their use. You won’t be letting down
your policyholders, even inadvertently. And your CEO won’t be the
one appearing on the evening news.
If it isn’t CAPA Certified, it isn’t a genuine replacement part.
The CAPA Seal is proof a replacement
part is certifiedby the industry leader
in parts certification: CAPA.