The Lute Riley Collision Center auto repair center, conveniently located in Dallas, Texas, has the deep experience and cutting-edge technology needed to restore your car, truck, or SUV. You can quickly schedule an appointment online from your computer, smartphone or tablet. If you prefer to speak with a member of our team over the phone, please dial (214) 357-2700 during regular business hours. You can also speak with us in person by visiting our body shop at 13561 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, TX 75240.
To learn more about Lute Riley Collision Center and the array of services that we provide, simply contact us by phone, online contact form, or in person! We're conveniently located at 13561 Goldmark Drive Dallas, Texas
75240, and we hope to see you soon.
Lute Riley Collision Center has the full collision repair resources and staff to make your vehicle look like it did prior to the accident. Whether you own a high-performance luxury vehicle such as a CADILLAC, Lexus, BMW or Audi, or a more economical brand such as a Honda, Kia or Ford, we are at your service. The experienced team in our body shop can work on domestic, import, luxury, commercial, and exotic vehicles. We provide interior reconditioning services, because we know its not always on the outside that counts. In addition, we are well-equipped for alloy wheel and rim repairs in the Dallas, TX area to help restore your wheels to fresh-off-the-lot perfection. If our certified technicians determine that the best bet would be to replace the wheels, we also have a wide selections of quality alloy wheels to choose from.
Did you know that the Lute Riley Collision Center works with all insurance providers? We'll work directly with your insurance provider to help create a seamless and stress-free experience.
All prices plus tax, tag, title, and documentary fee. The sale of any new or used vehicle is subject to our mandatory fee, in addition to any negotiated vehicle price, for coupons entitling the purchaser to discounts on service and parts.
A documentary fee is not an official fee. A documentary fee is not required by law, but may be charged to buyers for handling documents and performing services relating to the closing of a sale. A documentary fee may not exceed $179. This notice is required by law.