550 I-10 South, Beaumont TX 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday Phone: (409) 842-2324
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Five Step Auto Repair Guide
Collision & Classics works with you to get you to where you need to be after the traumatic effects of an auto accident.  From repair estimates to contacting and working with your insurance company, we strive to make your vehicle repairs as painless as possible. Our highly trained personnel are fully qualified to help restore your vehicle. From paintless dent repair to structural repairs, mechanical needs to glass replacement, Collision & Classics has the technology and skilled personnel to get your vehicle back to its pre-accident condition.  We also offer a limited lifetime warranty. Five Step Guide  Repairing your collision damaged auto can be frustrating if you don’t know what to expect. You may ask yourself, “What are they doing to my car?” “Why is it taking so long?” Collision & Classics wants to help ease your mind by providing the steps we take to get your damaged vehicle back to its pre-collision condition. Below is a five-step guide of what happens when your vehicle enters our repair center. 1 – Evaluation and Estimate Your vehicle will be inspected and a computerized estimate will be provided. Computers help us make an estimate that is as accurate as possible; however some damage may not be uncovered until your vehicle has been disassembled for repair. If more damage is discovered during the repair process, we will contact you for your approval before any additional repairs are performed. 2 – Approval and Parts Once we have received you or your insurance company’s approval, parts will be ordered. Parts usually arrive quickly, but can take longer due to the type of part needed, manufacturer, and availability. 3 – Parts Prepared, Body and Structure Repairs After your vehicle parts arrive, they may need test fitting, adjustment or alignment during installation. Then body and structure repairs are completed to factory specifications. The latest computer equipment is used in this process to ensure accuracy. 4 – Painting Your vehicle will be prepped and painted using BASF Glasurit 90Line, an environmentally friendly waterborne automotive paint.  Waterborne paints are used in manufacturing today’s automobiles. 5 – Detail and Inspection Any pin striping or other fine detailing, decals, emblems and signage will be installed at this time. Your car will be inspected and test driven by our estimators. After a wash and polishing you will be notified that your vehicle is ready for pick- up. For more information about the parts and equipment used please see our Partners page.  Or visit our contact page.
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550 I-10 South, Beaumont TX 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday Phone: (409) 842-2324
EMAIL TOWING F.A.Q.
Collision & Classics works with you to get you to where you need to be after the traumatic effects of an auto accident.  From repair estimates to contacting and working with your insurance company, we strive to make your vehicle repairs as painless as possible. Our highly trained personnel are fully qualified to help restore your vehicle. From paintless dent repair to structural repairs, mechanical needs to glass replacement, Collision & Classics has the technology and skilled personnel to get your vehicle back to its pre-accident condition.  We also offer a limited lifetime warranty. Five Step Guide  Repairing your collision damaged auto can be frustrating if you don’t know what to expect. You may ask yourself, “What are they doing to my car?” “Why is it taking so long?” Collision & Classics wants to help ease your mind by providing the steps we take to get your damaged vehicle back to its pre-collision condition. Below is a five-step guide of what happens when your vehicle enters our repair center. 1 – Evaluation and Estimate Your vehicle will be inspected and a computerized estimate will be provided. Computers help us make an estimate that is as accurate as possible; however some damage may not be uncovered until your vehicle has been disassembled for repair. If more damage is discovered during the repair process, we will contact you for your approval before any additional repairs are performed. 2 – Approval and Parts Once we have received you or your insurance company’s approval, parts will be ordered. Parts usually arrive quickly, but can take longer due to the type of part needed, manufacturer, and availability. 3 – Parts Prepared, Body and Structure Repairs After your vehicle parts arrive, they may need test fitting, adjustment or alignment during installation. Then body and structure repairs are completed to factory specifications. The latest computer equipment is used in this process to ensure accuracy. 4 – Painting Your vehicle will be prepped and painted using BASF Glasurit 90Line, an environmentally friendly waterborne automotive paint.  Waterborne paints are used in manufacturing today’s automobiles. 5 – Detail and Inspection Any pin striping or other fine detailing, decals, emblems and signage will be installed at this time. Your car will be inspected and test driven by our estimators. After a wash and polishing you will be notified that your vehicle is ready for pick- up. For more information about the parts and equipment used please see our Partners page.  Or visit our contact page.
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