Welcome to Nissan of Cookeville Collision Center

Having an auto accident can be stressful, but NISSAN OF COOKEVILLE COLLISION CENTER helps take away the pain, and delivers your car that has regained its original beauty, handling and performance.

Even though NISSAN OF COOKEVILLE COLLISION CENTER helps people with “out of pocket” repairs, we also do lots of insurance work. We work with every major carrier, every day.

If making a claim is your best course of action, we’ll help in contacting the insurance company and arrange for an appraiser to inspect your car. We’ll also arrange for a low-cost car rental. And most importantly, we’ll work with the insurer to get the repair done right. Your vehicle will drive and handle as it did before the accident and maintain its value.

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Best Body Shop Practices…For Each And Every Customer!

 
 
 

You can rest easy knowing NISSAN OF COOKEVILLE COLLISION CENTER will restore your vehicle’s appearance and performance to pre-accident condition. As needed, we will carefully and expertly:

Reassemble structural parts to factory specifications and restore the factory corrosion protection.

Weld replacement parts with auto body repair and auto paint techniques and equipment, using factory approved methods to protect structural integrity.

Align the suspension and wheels, and maintain the original alignment specifications

Ensure the seams around bumpers, fenders, grille and hood all meet factory specifications.

Completing the job with our precision PPG automotive paint color matching techniques, ending the refinishing process with a baking cycle in order to give your car that extra care it deserves, not to mention a lifetime warranty on all repairs

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10 things you should know before repairing your vehicle.

1.
You’re in charge! The insurance company and the body shop are here to assist you and meet your needs.
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You should never drive a car that could be unsafe because of damages.
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You are not required by law to get more than one estimate.
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You have the right to go to the repair shop of your choice.
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The insurance company may want you to visit their drive-in service center for an estimate. You can have the insurance company inspect your car at the body shop.
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Ensure the shop has certified technicians that can restore your vehicle to pre-collision condition.
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Ask what type of parts will be used in the repair of vehicle.
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Ask the shop if it offers a repair warranty.
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Differences in repair estimates are common. A lower estimate can be the result of many things. We’d be happy to explain the differences, so please feel free to ask.
10.
Let us negotiate with your insurance company on your behalf.

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