Roth and Miller Autobody

Open Mon-Fri: 8 am to 5 pm
Portland: 503-257-9255
Gladstone: 503-353-7599

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Helpful links and resources.

Please select from the following areas of this page:

Technical and Training Connections | Consumer Help and Interest
Professional Memberships | Other Links

Technical and Training Connections

AMI: Automotive Management Institute :: A source of our on-going business management training and accreditation.
ASE: Automotive Service Excellence :: A national certification achieved by our estimators and technicians.
Auto Body Repair News: Camille is known nationally as a regular columnist for Auto Body Repair News.
Chief Automotive :: Provides our laser accuracy full-frame and unibody measurement and straightening equipment and on-going technical training.
I-CAR: Inter-Industry Conference On Auto Collision Repair :: Auto body repair training and welding certification. We are the ONLY shop in Portland to have earned, and maintained every year, this distinction recognizing the highest level of on-going training and certification.
Sandox Brand from Axalta Coating Systems :: The brand of world renowned automaker-approved paint we choose for its excellent color match, durability and warranty.
3M :: The brand of top-quality sandpapers, polishes, adhesives and masking products we choose for their reliability, durability and warranty.

Consumer Help and Interest

Better Business Bureau :: We are an accredited business member in good standing since 1977 and source for consumer information.
Kelley Blue Book :: Vehicle pricing for new and used cars. This guide is most often used by lenders to determine the amount they will loan on a vehicle.
NADA Guides :: Vehicle pricing for new and use cars. This guide is often used by insurance companies to assist in determining vehicle market value after an accident.
National Auto Body Council :: Dedicated to improving the image of the auto body industry.
NHTSA – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration :: Their mission: Save lives, prevent injuries, reduce vehicle-related crashes. Find an abundance of vehicle safety information including CHILD SEAT SAFETY.
Oregon State Insurance Division :: This is the Consumer Information and Complaints page. To file a complaint click here: “How to file a complaint against insurers and agents”. :: is the nation’s premier source of vehicle safety information from the government, serving the public interest. Topics include how to become a safe driver, crash test and rollover ratings, and defects and recalls.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) FAQs :: This link takes you directly to the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) page of the site. Here you will find an abundance of information on tire maintenance and safety.
Vehicular Forensics :: Provides post-repair inspections of vehicles.

Professional Memberships

Our membership in these state and national organizations is a sign of our on-going commitment to the highest repair standards and business integrity. We adhere to strict “Codes of Ethics” in order to maintain our memberships. Many of these sites offer useful consumer tips.
ASA :: Automotive Service Association :: advances professionalism and excellence in the automotive repair industry through education, representation and member services.
NATA :: Northwest Automotive Trades Association :: Local association providing members with competitive benefits, including on-going training opportunities.
NFIB :: National Federation of Independent Business :: is the leading small business association representing small and independent businesses. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 1943, NFIB represents the consensus views of its members in Washington and all 50 state capitals.
SCRS :: Society of Collision Repair Specialists :: is committed to the future of the collision repair industry: to provide the leadership needed; raise the professional image of the individual and the industry; and develop new leaders to carry forward. Our goal is to educate, inform, and represent the Collision Repair Professional in all aspects of the industry.
WIN :: Women’s Industry Network :: is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging, developing and cultivating opportunities to attract women to collision repair while recognizing excellence, promoting leadership, and fostering a network among the women who are shaping the industry.


Corbett, Oregon :: At least three generations of my family had children graduate from Corbett (Columbia) High School, not to mention all the great aunts and uncles and cousins. My grandmother, Florence (Wilson) Eber; my mom, Doris (Briggs) Eber, and me, Camille Eber. I grew up in Corbett and have fond memories of living there. To keep from commuting to the city, I choose to reside in Portland, at least for now.