ABOUT WHEEL COLLISION
In the era of complexity with alloy wheel repairs. Inspections on damage and repairs must be coupled to a safety critical standard of high quality but also remain competitive and affordable.
Wheel Collision, a high-tech automotive alloy wheel repair and refurbishment facility that was founded in 2006, continues to invest in proprietary machinery that restores alloy wheels to Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) specifications using patented wheel straightening machinery and real-time x-ray technology to ensure 100%-wheel integrity. This system and internal processes include a full audit trail of the work carried out by any Wheel Collision Centre.
Wheel Collision further provides lifetime warranty on workmanship and a manufacturer’s warranty on paintwork.
TiAuto Investments (Pty) Ltd, who acquired a stake in Wheel Collision on 1 November 2017 successfully completed the purchase of the company at the end of December 2020.
Wheel Collision is serious about business having already invested around R70 million in facilities, people, and technology, with more expansion on the table that will enable us to deliver even higher levels of service to our customers and afford us the opportunity to fully develop business opportunities that lie ahead.
Wheel Collision has 4 divisions and each division is run independently with their own budgets, expenses, and management accounts.
Our Directors and Management have between them more than 100 years’ experience in the automotive industry, expertly qualified in the operational aspects of wheel repair, product development and regulatory compliance.
Professional and honest communication with our Customer.
Working within an ethos of passion, pride and as a team.
Integrity, trust and transparency.
Customer and Employee satisfaction.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Wheel Collision believes in investing in the future and being corporate with a conscience.
The key themes of our CSR initiatives driven by our values include community welfare, education and environmental conservation.
Our funding objective in terms CSR is to effect meaningful improvement and upliftment of our staff and communities.
Inspired by upstanding members of the community who took the initiative to start the Jerusalem Home, an orphanage in Soweto which plays a crucial role providing a secure environment for the children, despite limited resources, the Jerusalem Home is the focus of our CSR initiative, that aims to make a positive and lasting impact on the lives of these children.