Collision Repair in Oklahoma City, OK

Auto collision Repair in Oklahoma City

Collision Repair with Bob Moore Collision Center

Bob Moore Collision Center will get your vehicle looking like new again. Whether you're dealing with a minor dent or major damage, the team at Bob Moore Collision Center are dedicated to restoring your car, truck or SUV.

We work with most insurance carriers as well as directly with the customer, depending on the situation. If repairs are covered by an insurance provider, we can provide an estimate for approval and bill the provider directly. If you are paying out of pocket, we will provide an estimate of the repairs once we look at the work to be done on your vehicle. We'll talk to you about the process and let you know what needs to be done to restore your vehicle. We have special pricing programs and financing available for those that qualify.

Thanks to advanced technology, modern car repairs can be quite complicated. Special materials and technology require specialized repairs from certified technicians. Our technicians are trained on the latest equipment and tools for repairs, and they understand how to work with technology to achieve the right results.

The technicians work with the assistance of computer equipment to determine the full scope of damage. They can even check on the status and location of parts to complete the repairs and get the latest in pricing. Once they have this information, the technicians will talk to you about the repairs or your insurance provider. After the work has been approved, the technicians will schedule a time to begin the work.

What Goes into a Collision Estimate?

After an accident, you'll need to get an estimate for the cost of repairs. Some insurance providers require an estimate before the repairs can be done. They may send their own estimator or allow you to choose Bob Moore Collision Center for an estimate.

The adjuster will schedule a time for you to bring in your vehicle to get the estimate. If it's not drivable, we may need to have the vehicle towed to our collision center. Our technician will inspect the area that was impacted by the collision as well as surrounding areas or any parts that may have been damaged in the accident.

The technician takes notes of all components that need to be repaired or replaced. They will also take photos to send to the insurance company as evidence of the work that must be done.

Once the physical inspection is complete, the technician will determine which parts are needed and locate them based on the terms of your insurance policy. The policy states whether replacement parts are allowed or if you must use OEM parts. The technician will determine the cost of replacement, including parts and labor. They will also decide how long repairs will take before your vehicle is ready to be returned to you.

This process can take a few days as the technician gathers information and pricing. Once they have the completed estimate, they will let you know the total cost. The estimate is sent to the insurance provider where it will be approved or amended. Once we have approval, we'll contact you to set up an appointment for you to bring your vehicle in. We'll order any necessary parts for the repairs.

Getting Around While the Vehicle is Being Repaired

We understand how difficult it can be to maintain your normal schedule without your vehicle. That's why we won't schedule repairs until we know when the parts will be at our facility unless you can get a rental vehicle. We also provide an estimate of the time for repairs as well as the price, so you can plan your schedule accordingly.

Most insurance companies have an option for a rental car while the work is being completed. You can drive the rental until the repair is finished. Minor repairs can take between one and three days, while a major repair could take a couple of weeks. The timeline often depends on whether your vehicle will need to be repainted. For smaller dents and dings, we offer paintless dent repair. This process allows us to get your vehicle fixed in less time and get it back to you.

If the repair is major and requires painting, it will take longer. Our team will need to sand the area, apply primer and paint and wait for it to dry. This process takes a few days and can add an extra week to your repair timeline. However, the results will look like your vehicle had never been involved in a collision. We work to match the paint color as precisely as possible, so that no one can tell the difference.

The technicians will work to restore the vehicle back to its pre-accident condition, starting with the frame and body. They must adhere to the manufacturer's specifications and measurements. Attention to detail is necessary to ensure the vehicle meets manufacturer's requirements for safety. The technicians must determine whether they can repair the dented panel or if it must be replaced to maintain the integrity and safety of the vehicle.

You can feel confident when you bring your vehicle to Bob Moore Collision Center. Our trained technicians will ensure your vehicle is back to the way it was before the collision or accident. Give us a call today if you need collision repair. Contact us to set up an appointment for an estimate or to make repairs to damage from a collision.  You can feel confident about the work we do to return your vehicle to its pre-collision state.