Over 30 Years of Experience!
We understand that accidents are unfortunate, but we can help you turn it into an experience that you can put behind you. At Allen Auto Body, we use OEM procedures when available and along with our many years of experience, your vehicle will receive the best repair possible. Many manufacturers require their vehicles to be scanned using their OEM scan tool after it has been involved in a collision. Our collision repair process incorporates the asTech scan tool which utilizes the OEM scan tools to “see” the things that we can’t see such as airbag modules and other electrical and safety restraint components that may have become damaged due to the impact. Returning your vehicle to you in a condition that is as safe as it was prior to your accident is as important to us as it is to you. Keeping our customers and their families safe is our main goal.
Don’t let an auto accident affect your life any longer than it has. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff can assist you with all your collision needs. If your damage is being handled by insurance, you have the right to choose your repair facility. We work with ALL insurance companies and our collision repair experts are ready to help. Visit us today to discuss your repair options
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Commonly Asked Questions
Q | Do I have to use the repair facility that my insurance company recommends?
A | No, you do not. It is your right as a consumer to choose Allen Auto Body.
Q | How do I know that my car will be repaired to factory specifications?
A | At Allen Auto Body, we meticulously analyze your damage and refer to manufacturer repair procedures to ensure a proper and safe repair.
Q | How will I know that my airbags, parking sensors and other accident avoidance systems are in proper working condition after my repair?
A | We utilize the asTech system which uses an interface to connect your vehicle to the scan tool required by your vehicles manufacturer. The post-repair procedure will ensure that all of your advanced driver assist and safety will be in proper calibration.
For additional questions and answers from the Oklahoma Department of Insurance, click on the link below.