Key Collision Centre is located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. This brand new, state-of-the-art auto body repair shop offers Yorkton and surrounding area the most up to date, fast and professional service. We are SGI accredited and use environmentally friendly waterborne paint. Rest assured, whatever vehicle you drive, we can provide factory quality body repair work and painting on any make or model of car.
When you need the highest quality automotive body and paint work for your car, feel free to come visit our shop located at 415 Broadway St. E in the Key Chevrolet Certified Pre-Owned building and we'll be glad to give you a free estimate or simply call us at: 306-786-8500 and we'll be glad to discuss your repair. We look forward to serving you and bringing your car back to that showroom look you love.
I was in an accident! Now what!
Step 1: Exchange info with the other driver in the collision - name, customer number, and license number. If you can, get names and addresses of any witnesses. When to call the police? The collision results in injury or death, it's a hit and run, a driver is impaired, either vehicle has to be towed or the collision involves a vehicle that doesn't have a valid license plate or is out of province.
Step 2: File your claim with SGI either online or Dial-A-Claim. They will set up a time with an appraiser.
Step 3: Meet with an appraiser. Drive your vehicle to the claims centre. If not driveable SGI will pay to have it towed there. They will appraise it and let you know the damage.
Step 4: Have your vehicle repaired. Once the appraisal is done, you'll get a printout outlining the cost of repairs if your vehicle is repairable. After your adjuster confirms your insurance coverage is in order, you can have your vehicle repaired at our auto body shop. Please bring your SGI repair estimate with you when you come to Key Collision Centre. You may require an appointment; we are open Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will go over the damages with you and explain exactly what repairs are required. We will also check and order parts, and arrange an appointment to start repairs. A reminder call is given in most cases prior to your appointment.
Step 5: Authorize payment. Once your vehicle has been repaired, the body shop will ask you to sign a Certification of Repairs form. This form signifies that you're satisfied with the repairs and authorizes SGI to pay the body shop.
Contact us today for all your body repair needs!