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Coggin Collision Center Orange Park is one of the best collision centers in the metro Jacksonville area, and we can get your vehicle looking like new. Our auto body shop is conveniently located at 7245 Blanding Blvd in Jacksonville and is factory certified by Honda, Acura, Hyundai, Kia and Nissan. Our team is also I-CAR Gold Class Certified and can repair any make and model. If you have been in a minor fender bender or major accident, have cracked or bent wheel, need windshield repair or any other auto body service, trust our certified team at Coggin Collision Center Orange Park to get your vehicle looking like new! We offer a variety of ways for you to get a complimentary quote for your vehicle’s damage. You can either schedule your in-person appointment or use our online photo estimator to get an estimate without having to visit our body shop!
No matter the severity, all accidents are a very stressful situations. The process doesn't help either. You have to make sure there are no injuries, deal with filing a police report or insurance claim, and after all that, you now have to figure out how to get your vehicle repaired. It is very important, however, to choose an auto body shop that specializes in auto repair or dent repair for your specific vehicle. Every auto body shop has different equipment and skill levels/training to properly do auto body work. While it's easy to take it to the closest local body shop, it's important to make sure you are putting your vehicle in good hands to make sure the job is done properly...the first time. Coggin Motor Mall is not only I-CAR Gold certified, but we are certified by Nissan, Acura and Honda. This lets you know your Acura, Honda or Nissan is in the hands of the most qualified technician to get your vehicle back to its new condition.
Coggin Motor Mall utilizes all major insurance companies, including (but not limited to) Allstate, State Farm, Geico, USAA, and AAA. Trying to find out if we are a preferred body shop for your insurance company? You can give us a call or contact your insurance provider with any questions you may have.
Between the complex components, technology & precision, cars are made to much higher standards than before. On top of this, every brand tries to makes sure that they have distinctive characteristics to set them apart from the competition. You will probably com across the I-CAR certification logo on websites or at the shop itself, in the process of getting your car repaired. There are plenty of auto body and collision repair shops that will "promise" or "guarantee" quality work & service, but that doesn't mean their teams are trained or qualified to restore your vehicle's appearance and structural integrity. I-CAR certification is a quick and easy way for you to know that the person working on your car has the most up-to-date training and qualification available. An auto body shop that is certified by the manufacturer takes their training even further. This includes using genuine OEM auto parts, paint and components for that brand, along with requiring technicians to maintain certification in the brand standards. While a body shop may be I-CAR Gold certified, that doesn't always mean they have technicians and estimators that are also certified by the manufacturer, like those at Coggin Collision Center. Our auto body shop is certified by Nissan, Acura and Honda (Acura & Honda certification is also know as ProFirst Certified). This allows for our customers and insurance providers to be confident that we get your vehicle back to original factory standards.
Simply put....yes! Coggin Motor Mall is I-CAR Gold certified and certified by Acura, Honda and Nissan. We are I-CAR Gold certified and certified by those brands. This means that our body shop technicians have also consistently maintained a certain level of training and excellence set by that specific brand.
In most cases, even with major damage, repairs can take between 1-2 weeks, on average. But there are many factors that go into this average. This time frame typically depends on a variety of factors, such as auto parts availability for your car, the insurance company's process and the cause of the damage. Our team can give you a rough estimate of your time frame and will keep you informed through the repair process.