Car collision repair requires expertise, accreditation, craftsmanship, and diligent care. These values have been the foundation of Collision King Auto Body Repair Center since we opened in 1998.
Each of our technicians is ASE and I-CAR factory trained and certified. Our estimating management has a combined 100-plus years of professional auto repair experience. We have seen and repaired just about everything to pre-accident condition. We are also the preferred repair center for major insurance companies.
We service all makes and model, foreign and domestic, and specialize in following complete auto body repair services:
Paintless dent repair
Complete structural repair
Precision down-draft painting services
Professional glass installation
Our team is driven by customer satisfaction. Our proficient, up-to-date processes are in place to ensure you get the best services and high-quality products possible.
Collision King auto body repair has been voted “Best Auto Body Repair Center in Lubbock” for the past eleven straight years and KCBD’s Best of the West Best Auto Body Shop multiple years! Choose a repair shop that you can trust. Whether your car has been involved in an accident or suffers severe weather damage, Collision King Auto Body Repair Center is ready to serve you. We’ll help you get back on the road in no time.
Collision King WEST – Two Locations. Same Incredible Service.
Voted Best Auto Body Shop for 12th Straight Year
Thank you West Texas for voting Collision King Repair Center the Best Auto Body Shop for the 12th straight year. Thank you for your vote of confidence. We are truly grateful for your continued support.
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Texting while Driving is now illegal
Please remember as of September 1, it is now illegal to text and drive. You can be pulled over and issued a fine. So drive safe and buckle up!
Here are some things to watch for!
The law targets people who are on their cellphones reading, writing or sending a text message while driving.
Law enforcement will be on the lookout for drivers whose heads are down and who are swerving.
If a driver is stopped at a red light, it’s not a violation to be looking at a phone because they’re not “operating a vehicle” in that moment. But Barineau cautions that texting at a red light can often cause a hazard because drivers don’t notice when the light turns green.
Cellphones can be used for GPS navigation and music, though drivers might still get pulled over if officers suspect them of texting. Instead of texting, seek out hands-free technology, like Bluetooth headsets or dictation functions and apps that type out words spoken aloud. Using a cell phone to report an emergency, like a car crash, while driving is OK under the law.
Those who are caught texting and driving will face a fine up to $99 for the first offense and those who’ve previously been convicted could face up to $200.