GMC Body Shop San Francisco

Are you looking for a GMC body shop you can trust for your Yukon or Sierra? With two convenient San Francisco locations, the pros at European Collision Center are setting new industry standards for quality and customer service. We have earned a 5-star reputation for collision repair, but we also do all the essential “extras” to make collision repair a high-quality experience. Professional detailing gives you that straight-from-the-factory feel, while suspension repair and wheel alignment ensure you have the ride that you have come to know and expect! If your car is a lease and you want to retain its full value, bring it in for lease return repair. As your GMC auto body repair shop, we stand by our repairs, so you can feel confident your repair will last for miles and miles!

Before opening their shop in 2008, Ludwik Rutkowski and Dennis Kirkpatrick both worked for nearly two decades in the industry. This education taught them the need for maintaining meticulous work habits and having the right tools, equipment, and training to do the job right. We hire only experienced technicians that share our obsession with restoring vehicles to their pre-collision condition. Though we are a GMC auto body repair shop, we also specialize in factory repairs for BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi, Tesla, and Sprinter.

Our obligation to you extends beyond the mechanical and technical. It doesn’t matter if you have a slight ding or extensive damage, we coordinate with the involved insurance companies and make sure you pay as little as possible. We also know that being in an accident is a hassle, which is why we do everything we can to minimize the amount of time your car is in the shop. For a GMC body shop in San Francisco that maximizes your satisfaction, contact us online or call 415-551-9700 today!

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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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