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By: Malachi G.
Roberts Collision Center
Great facility. They do great work, and stand by their work. Mike Kekllas made me feel like a valued customer.
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By: Joe P.
Chip's Paintless Dent Removal
Had Chris remove 2 dents from my Anniversary Edition 2015 Mustang...I am very particular about my car but Chris has the expertise regarding painless dent repair that is second to none... If your OCD about you wheels like I am not only does he know what he's doing he also charges fair repair prices. PS...I was previously told by a scratch and dent shop that the fender needed to be replaced for $650...
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By: Huy T.
Maaco Collision Repair & Auto Painting
This body repair shop is bad service the Manager nam Chris very BS , lies when he answer phone he said the manager off but he is talking on phone to me BS said he is not there...I have to come to the Shop he can't lies or run away for warranty Job . The job done with miss my truck's bed line ,..
By: Tom J.
Maaco Collision Repair & Auto Painting
Don't waste your time and money coming here. They have bad service and lie. It took 3 months to get a warranty for the painting job. They said that they will call back but never have. I had to stop in there 4-5 times. It was a very frustrating process. Now that I finally got the truck painted, they were missing the bed lining of the trunk. The manager Chris was very rude and tried to run away from the confrontation. He told another worker to reinstall it for me but in the process, they broke the 6 brackets that holds the bed lining together. Now it is very loose nothing to hold it vibrated , moving make noises I scare it’s can fly away during driving with strong winds blow … This shop very BS !
By: Walter S.
Gator Auto Body
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By: Kkm J.
Roberts Collision Center
I would not recommend this place to anyone. I only went here because GEICO recommended I take my car here. I drove it into this repair shop, and they did not fix anything except the cosmetic portion. They completely ignored the check engine light, and returned it to me with the light on. The car broke down immediately upon receiving the vehicle from them. it was returned to them, and they broke parts in their attempt to fix the vehicle, which they were unable to do, because according to them, "they are not mechanics". They eventually towed the car to Audi who was actually qualified to do the work. They informed me this shop broke parts in my vehicle and not fixing the original issue that the check engine light showed, and ruined it. DO NOT EVER GO HERE...and when you make an honest review, prepare to get a threatening phone call from the owner..real professional
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By: Mike M.
Maaco Collision Repair & Auto Painting
I brought my Toyota pickup to this Maaco on 49th for body work, to replace a rear bumper, and to repaint the entire vehicle; I was quoted that the entire job would take 3-4 days.The vehicle was released to me and had to be returned to this shop multiple times over a THREE WEEK period! I was forced to drive back and forth because of repeated damage and incomplete/incompetent service done by these jokers. I created and presented several punch-lists to the manager Hank Hamend and I attempted on multiple visits to give them a chance to repair the damage and to finish the work, however each time I released the vehicle to Mr. Hamend (five times in all)…each and every time there was NEW damage to the vehicle! REALLY?? What was more frustrating and insulting were the comments that Mr. Hamend made after several return trips…this lying dog tried to say that it was there beforehand! I asked him, if that were true (and it is not)…WHY didn't you fix it? I paid/contracted you to fix ALL of the dents and repair ALL bodywork issues anyway!The overall quality of the entire paint job was poor as you can see where every minor dent was repaired and not sanded properly; Maaco supposedly guarantees against this! I have before/after photos and witnesses that will corroborate that Maaco created NEW damage; how is this even possible?? I've dated, documented and photographed all of the damage each time my vehicle was returned to me and Mr. Hamend acknowledged every mistake and assured me that all of the damage created by Maaco was guaranteed and that everything would be repaired on the punch lists I gave him; he also said that I had a Maaco (5) year warranty on paint and workmanship. I was very ignorant and signed off on work that I should have inspected more closely; in short, I trusted this chop shop to complete the work.Upon our last meeting on 6/19 after having the vehicle for 11 hours…Mr. Hamend returned my truck to me with nothing fixed on the punch-list except for the rear flares that were missing all week – but they were painted the WRONG COLOR a second time! Only this time it was noticeably darker and when I inquired about it…he smiled and laughingly, said that it was fresh paint and that it would lighten. I told him that I didn’t believe that to be true and that I would be contacting him once again; he laughed and said I’m looking forward to it and drove off before I could say another word!After MANY attempts, I am through negotiating with Maaco’s incompetence and lack of customer service. After damaging a brand new $513.00 rear bumper, breaking four $63.00 step pads, painting the flares the WRONG color (Est. $150.00) and losing parts everywhere!!! I tried to contact the owner (Mr. Carlos Perez)…he never responded and doesnt give a damn! I HIGHLY recommend you go somewhere else and stay away from this place - GO here if you want to see pictures and a list of the kind of work these morons are capable of! You wont believe it!
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By: Jenny S.
AutoNation Collision Center Clearwater
Poor Repair WorkI took my car into AutoNation Collision after I was rear-ended because the car was only 4 months old and I thought I would be safe with the dealership. Boy was I wrong! The paint on the rear bumper is peeling off. I took it back and they are telling me it's not covered under workmanship warranty because they believe I was hit again. Even if I had gotten bumped in a parking lot (which I didn't) the paint should not be peeling off. I can see the black part of the bumper. Even the insurance company is disagreeing with them but they do not care. They are not honoring their workmanship.
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By: Yeraldi C.
Platinum Minor Collision & Paint Inc
They are great at what they do they did an amazing job in my car#satisfied
By: Eileen L.
Roberts Collision Center
My car was sent to Roberts Collision as a Geico repair service. The body work had a couple minor issues but I was told it had nothing to do with the repair work. I know when people are skirting the issue and talking around the situation. I would never bring my car back there and I am considering changing insurance companies. Good Old Boy's.Notice the five stars are at the top, keep reading.
Tips & Advices
Using a variety of tools and processes, many of which require specialized training, auto body mechanics primarily repair cosmetic and structural damage to vehicles after accidents occur. They can also enhance a vehicle’s appearance and performance by replacing and adding new parts to a vehicle’s body.
This depends on the severity of the work that needs to be done. Something such as paintless dent repair for a few small dents can take an hour. Whereas auto body repairs for damages caused by a major accident can take multiple days to correct.
All auto body parts can be repaired but there is a threshold for the level of repairs possible. Parts can be damaged beyond repair and would need to be wholly replaced.
Auto body parts can be made from a wide variety of materials, usually based on what the part’s purpose is. Vehicle frames body panels, bumpers, roof racks, and other items that need to be strong and durable are usually constructed from steel, which is known for its durability and resistance to rust and high temperatures. But aluminum is quickly becoming a popular material of construction due to its lightweight yet durable nature. Body kits and other aftermarket parts like spoilers and hoods can be constructed from one form of plastic or another.
Yes, the vast majority of car makes and models have aftermarket parts available for many of their components. But higher-end vehicles typically have less aftermarket parts available since they often use specialized materials and manufacturing processes that are difficult to duplicate for many aftermarket manufacturers.

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