About Us

European Collision Center was opened in 2008 by Ludwik Rutkowski and Dennis Kirkpatrick. For 17 years, they worked in the BMW Certified Collision Program. Their time in the program showed them the value of factory certification programs. They discovered these programs truly set the standard for repair procedures and equipment. Manufacturer training and guidance is far superior than training without direct factory sponsorship. 

We began as a small team of devoted professionals. We shared the same obsession of restoring vehicles back to their pre-accident condition. Our team attended extensive training to become Mercedes-Benz Factory Certified. Since then, we have also achieved Porsche, Audi, Tesla, and Sprinter certifications. We also maintain our BMW training and certification standards. These exacting standards are applied to every vehicle we repair.

We adhere to factory repair procedures on every make and model we service. We also pride ourselves on being environmentally conscious. We ensure all materials and products are eco-friendly and disposed of properly. 

ECC is a full-service collision and body repair facility in San Francisco. We have two convenient locations in the SOMA/Mission District and Bernal Heights/Dog Patch/Bayview areas. We can repair small dings, chips, and scratches as well as major collision damage. Our technicians are manufacturer trained and utilize the latest technology in collision repair. 

Let us handle the entire repair and insurance claims process from start to finish for you. 

For more information or to set an appointment, give us a call today at (415) 551-9700 or fill out the form below. 

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We Are Here To Help

As you know the City and County of San Francisco as well as surrounding counties have requested all non-essential business to close for three weeks. Auto repair is seen as essential. We need to be here to get you back in your cars and to attend to vehicles that may be damaged during this period. Now more than ever we need our automobiles when public transit may not be the safest option to get us to our doctors, grocery stores, pharmacies and for those that are still working, to your jobs.

European Collision Center will remain open.

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