Our Collision Repair Center Does it All

Collision King offers all the auto body repair services needed to repair your vehicle in the event of a collision or accident. We do everything from paint touch-ups to structural repairs and frame realignments.

Our Auto Body Repair Services

Vehicle accidents are never planned and always stressful. With full-service collision repair, you can rest easy knowing everything is handled for you with our top-rated customer service. Click on the links below to learn more about each service:

Auto Body Repair Process

The collision repair process can seem confusing and stressful. However, it doesn’t have to be. Once you understand all the steps involved, you’ll feel more confident about choosing the right collision repair center to help get your vehicle back to it’s pre-loss condition.

At Collision King, we’ve streamlined our collision repair process to make it easy for you and your insurance company. Our eight step process is listed below. Click the learn more button to read more about each step in greater detail.

  1. Estimate
  2. Vehicle Drop-Off
  3. Body Repair
  4. Painting & Polishing
  5. Reassembly
  6. Vehicle Cleaning
  7. Quality Assurance
  8. Vehicle Ready
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Auto Body Repair Service Costs

Every accident is different and it can be difficult to put a hard number on the costs of repairing car body damage. While there are steps you can take to minimize car repair costs, body repair is not really something you can anticipate. In general, the cost to repair body damage can range from as little as $50 to thousands of dollars.

The following factors can affect your individual costs to repair car body damage:

  1. Car make and model: In general, newer, luxury brand vehicles tend to cost more to repair.
  2. Type of damage: The more extensive the damage, the more you can expect to have to spend to repair it.
  3. Location: Depending on where you live, a good body shop may be hard to find, or you may be limited to a small number of shops that do the kind of work you need, making repair costs higher.
  4. Chosen repair shop or mechanic: Most mechanics and body shops tend to specialize in different vehicles or different types of repair, and there are a variety of repair shops to choose from. You can choose to take your car to a dealership, a specialized body shop, an independent body shop or a paintless dent removal shop. If you have a unique vehicle or a vehicle with unique features you can expect to have to spend more to get it repaired.

Taking your car to a dealership instead of an independent repair shop can affect how much you pay for repairs. And not in a good way. Independent repair shops are more likely to have competitive pricing than dealerships. Car repairs can also be more costly if they relate to a major car part, like an engine or transmission. Additionally, if your car has advanced technology like automatic cruise control, parking sensors, or advanced safety systems, body damage will likely affect these systems. You should also factor in the cost of replacing or repairing these systems when considering the cost of body repairs.

West Texas Auto Body Repair

Our auto body repair services have been the trusted choice of West Texans since 1998. We serve customers from Lubbock, Levelland, Plainview, Idalou, Slaton, Post, Abernathy, Brownfield, and many more West Texas towns.

We conveniently serve our West Texas customers from two locations. One of our body shops is located in Lubbock, TX off the South Loop and Slide road. Our other body shop is located on the west side of Lubbock along the Marsha Sharp Freeway and Upland Avenue.

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