What is the difference in the terminology OEM and aftermarket parts?

OEM is an acronym for "original equipment manufacturer." And aftermarket is not the manufacturer's original equipment. Bruce's strives to use only OEM parts for our customers' cars. The law states that the replacement parts must be of "like kind and quality."

Bruce's Super Body Shops serves the following areas: Richmond, Henrico, Short Pump, Glen Allen, Southside, West End, Williamsburg, Midlothian, Chester, Chesterfield, Prince William, King & Queen, Prince George, Charles City, Dinwiddie, Amelia, Powhatan, Cumberland, Goochland, Louisa, Hanover, Caroline, King William Essex, Gloucester, York, Mathews, Isle of Wright, Suffolk, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Southampton, Hampton, Newport News, Surry, Mechanicsville, Charlottesville, Petersburg, Hopewell, and other locations in Virginia.
Bruce's repairs all makes and models of cars and trucks like: Honda, Acura, Infinity, Jeep, Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Chevrolet, Chevy, Toyota, VW, Volkswagen, Pontiac, BMW, Cadillac, GMC, Nissan, Kia, Audi, Buick, Land Rover, Subaru, Mercedes- Benz, Mercedes, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Saab, Saturn Suzuki, Volvo, Jaguar.
Bruce's Body Shop recognizes all insurance companies.
Bruce is a consumer advocate - protecting the rights of his customer-the vehicle owner. Interviewed by WWBT-12 NBC, WRIC ABC WRLH FOX NEWS AND WTVR -6 CBS, Bruce's is a source of information for repairing vehicles, insurance fraud, new car and used car sales and fraudulent sales tactics.