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From personal recreation vehicles to vans for businesses, universities, municipalities and nonprofits, we have you covered when it comes to vehicle damage. We specialize in van repair and crash-related issues including:
We provide complete auto body and crash-related repairs for all types of commercial and heavy-duty vans. These services are available at the following Key Collision locations:
We have the knowledge and resources to get your van back on the road quickly and safely.
You can rest assured that your rental vehicle has been meticulously cleaned and sanitized before you get behind the wheel.
Enterprise, our rental partner, is taking great steps to respond to COVID-19 by performing thorough cleaning and sanitizing procedures before and after use. Enterprise also provides Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes in every rental for additional care. For more information, read Enterpise’s full COVID-19 response.
There’s a lot to manage when it comes to vehicle damage, which is why we’re happy to alleviate some stress and coordinate the entire repair process with your insurance provider. We also offer:
Did You Know?
In New England, you have the right to choose where you receive repairs — no matter what your insurance company says.
When your vehicle enters our facility, we use a structured approach to evaluate the damage on a part-by-part basis, which takes between 1 to 3 hours.
The cost of a collision repair depends on the nature of the damage to your vehicle.
For some minor bumper damage repairs, the costs may be less than your insurance deductible. It’s also important to consider who was at fault for the collision.
While there are plenty of DIY scratch repair kits on the market, there’s no guarantee that you’ll be able to match your car’s paint color exactly, or that the cover-up won’t wear off.
Most bumper repairs range from $300–$1,500. Minor bumper dents and scratches can typically be repaired for a smaller price.