Collision Center in Oklahoma

Collision Center Near Oklahoma City 

Bob Moore Collision Center Serving Oklahoma

Even the best drivers can get into an accident, whether it is the smallest fender bender or serious body damage. Even circumstances beyond your control, such as hail or road debris, can damage a vehicle. When this happens, Bob Moore Collision Center is here to help. Our reliable team of technicians uses state-of-the-art tools and techniques to bring your damaged vehicle back to life. Our team is well-trained in the latest auto body repair practices, so we can get your vehicle up and running and looking like new.

  • We are located near your home and work so we can serve you.
  • Our technicians are trained in the latest restoration and auto body techniques.
  • We work with your insurance adjusters and providers.

Regardless of the damage, call and set up an appointment with us so we can get you back on the road. 

Honest Estimates

Bob Moore Collision Center will provide you with a free estimate when you bring your vehicle in for repairs. You will get an in-depth cost estimate. To keep your repair costs lower, we will use as many refurbished materials as are available.

Trustworthy Experience

From the smallest dents, dings, and damage to massive frame and panel repairs, the experience our technicians have accumulated will help us to serve you. You can trust that we are doing what works best for you and your vehicle to get you back on the road. We employ the newest technology, knowledge, and experience towards your damaged vehicle as quickly and accurately as possible with techniques like paintless dent repairs and waterborne paint.

Cities We Serve

How to Find Us

You will find Bob Moore Collision Center located at 111 NW 122nd. Street in Oklahoma City. It's easy to access us from any part of the state.

  • From Northern Oklahoma, head south on I-135 S.
  • From Eastern Oklahoma, take I-40 W.
  • From Southern Oklahoma, take I-35 N.
  • From Western Oklahoma, take I-40 E and from the Oklahoma Panhandle, take Highway 412 E to Highway 270 S to I-40 E.

Things to Do in Oklahoma

Much of the state was first populated by settlers during the Land Run of 1889, but Oklahoma Territory didn't become a state until 1907. A major area for agriculture and later oil, Oklahoma has plenty to offer residents today. Some great places to visit in Oklahoma include:

  • National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum: This museum has over 28,000 Western and American Indian artifacts, works of art, and a vast collection of rodeo photos and rodeo-related artifacts.
  • The Oklahoma City Zoo: Visit this zoo to see 130 acres with nearly 2,000 animals and a botanical garden. It is a great place to visit for the entire family.
  • Chickasaw Nation Recreation Area: Nestled in the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains, this natural area is home to wonderful natural beauty with classic 1930s-era Conservation practices. Built with several buildings, enclosures, and pavilions built to accentuate the many natural springs and water areas covering up to 2,000 of the nearly 10,000-acre park.
  • Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History: Located on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, this museum features about seven million objects and specimens in 12 collections in its 50,000-square-foot facility.


To schedule repairs at Bob Moore Collision Center, give us a call or schedule online today.