at 5508 E 11th St , 74112
One stop shop for all of your automotive needs.
Accent Auto Body is committed to providing the highest quality automotive service in Oklahoma. Accent was established in 2002, and has been building momentum ever since. The owners are passionate about making the best of any vehicle, and preserving them in highest regard. As a full service collision repair shop, Accent can assist clients with insurance claims and ensure complete restoration of your vehicle. Accent is also available for mechanical repair, and is dedicated to resolving any issue under the hood in a timely manner at a fair price. Through fulfilling the passions of Accent team members, Accent has become a go-to shop for high performance customizations as well as extreme four wheel drive needs. The shop has most recently added wheels and tires sales to their list of services offered. So when you are shopping for high performance tires, big rig climbers, or just high quality shoes for your daily driver remember to consult with the experts over at Accent!
Car Accident? High Deductible? Call Accent Auto Body! We can fix these kinds of problems. 918 282 8862
Oklahoma's attorney general warns of "steering" scamPosted: Nov 07, 2014 7:49 AM CSTUpdated: Nov 28, 2014 7:49 AM CST By: Tom George, Reporter CONNECT Oklahoma's attorney general is warning residents to avoid the "steering" scam. "Steering" is where insurers strongly encourage or coerce customers into using auto body shops they recommend. Those shops may use salvaged or substandard parts and materials, but claim they are new and sell them at high prices. The law is supposed to allow the customers to choose which body shop will work on their car for themselves, and their insurance company is required to cover the repairs at a reasonable amount. Scott Pruitt says his office is looking into reports that certain insurers may be taking part in "steering" schemes. His office also says such parts may not meet manufacturer specifications and potentially could fail in the future. The steering scheme is also hurting other body shops. At Legends Auto Collision in Southwest OKC, the manager says his business thrives on word of mouth advertising and repeat customers. He says in one case, a repeat customer wasn't allowed to bring his car in after the insurance company of the person who hit his car told him he had to get the estimate and repairs done somewhere else. It wasn't until the man brought in a lawyer that he was able to take the car where he wanted. The Attorney General's Public Protection Unit urges consumers to consider the following tips when having their vehicle repaired: ·Consumers do not have to go to an insurance company's “preferred” or “approved” auto body repair shop. ·It is your car and your choice where to repair it. The insurer is responsible for the reasonable cost of restoring your car to pre-accident condition. ·A warranty on a repair is made between a consumer and the body shop, not the insurance company. ·You pay the same deductible wherever you go. ·When selecting an auto body repair shop, get referrals from friends, family, neighbors or co-workers - someone without a vested interest in your decision. ·Never be afraid to ask questions or request information, interview the repair shop or ask for a tour