COLLISION REPAIR SERVICES
The technicians at Kings County Collision & Repair, provide professional collision repair services in the Tri State and surrounding areas. No matter what service you need, our collision repair team will fix you vehicle correctly the first time. We specialize in a variety of auto repair services from computerized frame repairs, auto glass replacements, four wheel thrust angle alignments and other mechanical services.
Our auto repair shop offers a clean facility where our technicians can provide the attention to detail and quality work you deserve. Our expert technicians provide fast photo updates that can be sent to you via text or email. Kings County Collision & Repair offers the finest quality auto collision repairs in the area.
Auto Paint Repair
Auto Dent Removal
Hail Damage Repair
Auto Dent / Scratch Repair
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)
Professional Auto Paint Matching
HASSLE FREE INSURANCE CLAIM ASSISTANCE
Been in an accident ? come see us first before filing your insurance claim. Kings County Collision & Repair is your one stop shop to hassle free insurance claims for your collision repairs. We work with all insurance agencies to make this a smooth process for everyone. Contact us today to learn more about your insurance claim.
All major insurance plans are accepted; We would be happy to arrange a tow truck to pick up your vehicle.
Call Kings County Collision & Repair at (718) 638-1888.
MOST COMMON COLLISION & REPAIR QUESTIONS
Q : What are my collision repair rights ?
A: You have certain rights when it comes to collision repair:*
You have the right to insist on new OEM parts.
When you get a repair estimate, you have the right to know which parts will be replaced and which type of parts the shop will use to replace them.
If you don’t understand your estimate, you have the right to ask questions.
Q : What do I ask my insurance provider
A: Review your policy and ask your provider:
Does my current policy include new OEM parts coverage?
Can I add an OEM parts rider to my current policy?
Do you have another policy that covers OEM parts in case of a collision?
Will the parts used to repair my vehicle be new OEM parts?
Q: Will my insurance company work with Kings County Collision & Repair
A: Kings County Collision & Repair has great relationships with national insurers and we’ll stay in contact with your insurance company throughout the repair process. We are a preferred vendor for many insurance companies, which means we meet your insurer’s standards for quality, price and service.
Q : Do you provide towing service?
A: Towing service is available 24/7 with Kings County Collision & Repair, And because we’re conveniently located in Brooklyn, New York, we can get to the site of your wreck faster than most repair shops, so you won’t be left waiting.
Q : What are after-market parts?
A: After-market parts are new parts made by companies other than the original manufacturer of your vehicle. These parts are often significantly cheaper. Depending on the vehicle's age, insurance companies may opt for these parts in lieu OEM for cost-efficiency.
Q: Do I have a choice of what parts are used for the repair on my vehicle?
A: Yes, you absolutely have a choice. Here at Kings County Collision & Repair, we prefer to use OEM parts. They are superior in terms of fit and quality. However, if an insurance company paid for alternative parts instead of OEM parts there are still other avenues.
Q: About the Repair Process
A: The process begins by bringing your vehicle in for an estimate. After, we'll work with your insurance agent to process the repair claim. Kings County Collision & Repair will conduct a thorough disassembly of all damaged areas of the vehicle to determine any structural or mechanical damage.
Q: Understanding Your Estimate
A : Your estimate should include a thorough inspection of the work to be done on your vehicle, a description of the repair parts to be used, what items your insurance will and will not cover and the expected amount of the repair. One of the reasons estimates may differ from another shop is thoroughness of the appraisal process. Some estimates may leave necessary repairs out of the initial estimate, causing the amount to be different.