In 1997, the industry developed a publicly available specification - PAS 125, which in 2015 became British Standard BS 10125. This standard aims to make sure that vehicle repairers deliver a consistent level and quality of vehicle damage repairs.
The BSI Kitemark has been in existence since 1903. Since then it’s been used as a symbol of quality and safety, recognised and valued by consumers as a truly independent guarantee of quality wherever it is seen, including for vehicle damage repairs.
At BSI, we recognise the need to raise industry standards and hence we award Kitemarks only to the companies that meet the highest standards. We work closely with providers to make sure that they understand not only the need to meet the BS 10125 standard requirements, but also the value of the Kitemark award for Vehicle Damage Repair.
84% of drivers said that they would feel more comfortable if their car repairer had the BSI Kitemark for Vehicle Damage Repair.
Watch the video below and find out what a poorly repaired vehicle could mean for your business, or your drivers: