Welcome to our Collision Center in Victoria, TX. We can perform the services to restore your Chevrolet, Cadillac, Mazda, or Mitsubishi vehicle's safety, comfort, and performance. Our Collision Center can also service ANY make and model, from your Ford or Dodge to your Toyota or Honda. Our factory trained service technicians will take care of your car., truck or SUV and get you back on the road - no matter what you're driving or where you bought it!
Why bring your vehicle to us?
All of our service technicians are I-CAR certified. We understand your vehicle and all its technical systems. We are proud to offer genuine OEM parts. We know you want to feel as good about your vehicle today as you did the day you bought it. And our I-CAR Certified service technicians have the skills and finesse you need to restore your vehicle so it will look and feel like new.
What to expect
We'll create a written estimate of what's recommended to complete the repair, and we will offer Genuine OEM parts. In addition, if there is other service work that is required to restore your vehicle to pre-accident condition, we always have I-CAR Certified service technicians on hand. We will review this estimate with you and address any questions you may have.
Don't trust just any collision center. Ask these questions:
So, you were in a car crash. What was once a lovely, movable automobile is now smashed in - so it is time to get it to a collision repair center. However, it is risky to have your car pulled to just whichever repair center? First, ask these questions:
Is there a warranty?
That is, does the repair center offer a warranty on its work? If so, the warranty's range can vary from shop to shop, so it is good to know just how strongly the center wishes to back up its work.
Will they work with my insurance?
Unless you plan to pay for the repairs by yourself, odds are you will have to deal with your insurance company, so you will want to be sure that the collision center you take your car to will work with your insurance as well.
Does the Collision Center have a good reputation?
Thanks to the internet, we all have a strong tool to research how certain shops do business, and you should definitely use that tool. Find the prospective collision center?s online reviews using social media, the Better Business Bureau, and the center's website, and then decide whether you want to do business with them.
What about the repair?
This question is actually several rolled into one, the first of which is? What is the extent of the damage?
Once that is answered, of course there is? How much is my deductible? Or, if you are paying out of pocket, simply how much will the repair cost?
Then, once you have the estimate, some more good questions to ask are? How long will the repair take? and, will you provide a rental car during the repair?
And one last, good question: What if you find damage that is not in the original estimate?
These questions will help keep you completely informed, and prevent any (possibly costly) surprises.