Established in 1994, Olson Auto Body opened its first location in Riverton Wy. as Olson Auto Body and Towing, a family owned business where the focus has always been centered around the customer and their needs. In 2004 Olson Auto Body & Collision Center was opened in Casper Wy. and is now the largest Auto Body repair center in central Wyoming.
Our philosophy is simple: We focus on quality repairs and customer service as our highest priority. We know that we work for you, our customer, and not for the insurance company. As leaders in our industry we pledge to stay at the cutting edge of our industry in technology and training to provide our customers with the highest quality repairs and services available.
Olson Auto Body and Collision Center is one of two leading repair facilities equipped to serve our customers’ needs.
Olson Auto Body uses a state of the art “Damage Report and Estimate” process in which we make every effort to use our expertise in writing a thorough, comprehensive report of any damage. By doing this report after an accident. Olson Auto Body is able to have all parts on hand before the repair process begins.
Olson Auto Body also believes in giving the best service possible by providing customers with the best craftsmen and most modern equipment available. We also offer limited warranties to our customers. While we stand by our superior service, we want to be certain that everyone is protected under any unforeseen circumstance.
Olson Auto Body’s repair technicians are properly trained & regularly tested and screened through ongoing training programs and testing requirements through ASE. We offer a wide range of services from collision related repairs to glass replacement, vehicle refinishing and frame straightening.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call or shoot us an email. We would love to hear from you!
Also, always remember the five tips for surviving a collision repair job:
1) Beware of low bidders.
2) Ask for a comprehensive damage appraisal with your estimate.
3) Get clear information about the replacement parts the shop will put into your vehicle.
4) Request a written warranty.
5) Before beginning repairs, get information about the experience of bodywork and painting technicians working on your vehicle.
Come see us at Olson Auto Body and Collision Center!