Auto collision repair is when trained automotive technicians fix the damaged parts and bodies of cars and other vehicles that have been damaged by accidents, weather, or other incidents. Collision repair can include dent removal, scratch removal, auto glass replacement, paint matching, straightening out bent metal, replacing doors or panels, auto detailing, and more. Many technicians also work directly with insurance providers to make sure any work is covered.
Ideally, when you come in for auto collision repair, your chosen technician will be able to repair your car so it looks the way it did before the damage. In some cases, they may offer additional detailing to make it look as good as new. Detailing can involve minor scratch buffing, repainting, wax, polish, interior repairs, and other small jobs that refresh the car and make it look its best. When most people come in for collision repair, they’re looking for more extensive work. Car accidents can result in anything from tiny dents to completely totaled cars. There are a lot of different things that can go wrong in a collision – shattered windshields, bent frames, broken axels, torn bumpers, and so much more.
At Cline Collision, we use a variety of tools to help with the job, including the latest in dent removal and repair technology. We include free auto detailing for our customers as a thank you for their business and you can track the status of your repair right on our website. Our work speaks for itself, along with our many customer reviews about the quality of our service. We are OEM Certified by Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM, MOPAR, SRT, Ford, Hyundai, Infinti, Nissan, Kia, Honda, and Acura. Our auto technicians will make sure your car looks as good as the day you drove it off the lot. Have other questions about auto collision repair? Just let us know.