Dating back to the early 1900s, GMC was officially named General Motors Corporation in 1916 and initially made a name for itself manufacturing heavy-duty trucks, buses, ambulances and fire trucks.
In more recent years, under the GMC Truck brand, the company focused more on premium medium and light duty trucks plus utility crossover vehicles. The word “Truck” was dropped in 1996 and all manufactured GMC trucks and SUVs now fall under the simple brand name, GMC.
In 2020, GMC announced it will start producing two new models of the Hummer vehicle (GM bought the brand from AM General in 1999). The new GMC Hummer EV will soon be available in two off-road electric models including a truck (due in 2021) and the SUV model (due in 2022).
Besides GMC, General Motors also owns Buick, Cadillac, and Chevrolet.
Our I-CAR Gold Class® trained and certified auto body technicians at both Maximum Collision locations are highly experienced at doing auto body repairs on GMC vehicles. Both auto body shops use the latest auto body repair technology and tools.
Our objective is to get your GMC truck, SUV, or van repaired to its original pre-accident condition as quickly as possible and get you safely back on the road sooner. We also do repairs on all types of vehicles made in North America including Ford, Chrysler, and Dodge.