Bob's Collision Repair Center, Inc.

Since 1962, we’ve been helping customers get their cars back on the road. A lot has changed over those years, but reliable quality and dependable service are still the cornerstone of our business. Building and maintaining a reputation as one of the best collision repair facilities takes years of commitment to excellence in order to gain the trust of customers and insurers, alike.

Insurance companies partner with collision centers they can trust to do honest, quality collision repairs for their customers. We are partnered with many major insurance companies, but work closely with ALL insurance companies. Being partners with insurance companies simply expedites and simplifies the claims process. Please check with us to see if yours is on our list.

Over 50 Years of Service

Years of knowledge coupled with continuing education and improving techniques and technology to keep up with today's ever-changing collision industry has made Bob's Collision Repair a constant in the area for vehicle repair. Our reputation has continued with our commitment to honesty and quality.

Updating training to stay current with today's collision standards & technology
State-of-the-art equipment to meet today's technology demands
Excellent technician retention and commitment to quality in the workplace

Collision Repair Excellence

Our promise is to provide excellence in auto collision repair, in customer service and satisfaction, utilizing the highest standards in the collision repair industry.

Accreditation & Certifications

I-Car training and continuing education ensures our staff are certified professionals. Their commitment to maintaining their knowledge is your assurance of the highest quality repair of your vehicle. All of our technicians are certified in their individual specialties. From our PA Licensed Damage Appraiser using computer-based estimating to our expert refinishing technicians, you can feel confident knowing that your repair will be handled with a commitment to excellence in collision repair.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need more than one estimate?

There is no law that requires you to obtain more than one estimate. Contact your insurance company to see if there is a local shop who partners with their company. This will help to expedite the claims process and ease the stress for you. BUT know that no insurer can require you to use any particular repair facility according to Pennsylvania law. High-quality repair is how you should be decided on which shop is right for you.

What is a deductible?

The deductible is the portion of the repair bill that is the insured's responsibility to pay. Your insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company. It tells you how much, if any, deductible is due on the repair per your agreement with them. It is unlawful for a deductible to be "hidden" in the cost of a repair and no reputable facility will agree to doing this. All repairs performed in our shop are thoroughly documented and completely transparent to the insurance company.

Can a vehicle with frame damage be repaired?

YES, and we are experts in frame straightening. Our technicians are knowledgable and highly-skilled professionals. Their knowledge, coupled with our state-of-the-art laser measuring system and Blackhawk/Chief frame straightening system ensures that the proper repair processes are performed for a safe, quality frame repair meeting manufacturer specifications.

Do I need an appointment for an estimate?

We suggest that you call to let us know when you would like to stop by—and we will make every attempt to arrange a time after hours, if required, to meet your schedule. We are happy to see you for an estimate anytime during business hours, as well. You can plan on anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes for the information to be collected that's necessary for an initial estimate.

Should I drive my car after being in an accident?

That depends on the amount of damage sustained. If the car is able to be driven, it is a good idea to call or stop in soon after in order to have an initial evaluation of the vehicle's safety. There are safety systems that may be affected, even in a minor collision, such as indicator lights, headlights and signal lights, hood and door functions and loose parts. An evaluation by a licensed damage appraiser will give you the information you need to know whether your vehicle can be driven safely. If you are unsure whether you can safely drive away from the scene of an accident, please text a photo of the damage to 717-968-5611 for inspection advice.

How long will the repairs take?

When you are using your vehicle insurance, the repair process begins when you file a claim with your insurance company and they accept liability for the claim. Next, you need to give us your authorization to do the repair. From there, it depends on the extent of the damage, parts procurement and the amount of time necessary to accurately complete repairs. We will give you an estimated timeline and inform you of any need to change that estimated completion date.