Dallas Fort Worth Collision Centers
Our preferred collision centers work on ALL makes and models of cars, trucks and SUVs, and will make your vehicle look better than new! If you’ve been in a car accident and don’t know where to tow your car, just contact one of our premier DFW collision centers for immediate assistance. They have 6 wrecker’s which include 2 Flat Beds that service the DFW area. Our preferred collision centers also have on-site rental facilities that can provide you with a rental vehicle so you can get back to living your life while we take care of the hard stuff. Unlike many other auto body repair shops in the DFW area, they provide on the spot computerized estimates and will work with any and all insurance companies to get you the best possible rate on your car’s repairs.
Nissan of Irving
1000 East Airport Freeway
Irving, TX 75062
Collision Center: (972) 435-7841
Nissan of Lewisville
1601 S Stemmons Fwy,
Lewisville, TX 75067
Collision Center: (469) 496-3620
9301 E R L Thornton Fwy,
Dallas, TX 75228
Collision Center: (214) 730-7376
IF YOU ARE IN AN ACCIDENT
- Determine if anyone is seriously injured. If they are, call 9-1-1 immediately.
- Show concern about everyone’s well-being.
- Immediately take a mental picture of the other driver’s appearance and demeanor. Impaired drivers, those without a valid driver’s license, or valid insurance may decide to flee the scene.
- If there are no serious injuries, move the vehicles to the side of the road and out of the way of traffic.
- Exchange information with the other driver. Be sure to get their name, address, phone number, insurance company policy number, driver’s license number, and license plate number. Look at their actual license and insurance card to ensure the information is accurate. If the driver does not own the vehicle, obtain the owner’s information as well as the driver’s information.
- If there are witnesses, try to obtain their contact information. Witnesses can help corroborate your side of the story.
- Write out a written description of the other driver, their vehicle (make, model, color, and year), damage to the vehicles, the weather, road conditions, the nearest cross streets, time of day, and the accident (what actually happened).
- Photograph the accident scene, all vehicles involved, the damage, and the other driver if possible.
- DO NOT tell the other driver or the police that the accident was your fault.
- Consider filing an accident report with law enforcement, even if there are no injuries. This guarantees official documentation of the accident in case the other driver changes their story. It also helps speed up the claims process.
- Contact one of our Preferred Collision Centers. They can setup a tow if necessary, arrange a rental car, and negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf.