Are you looking for an auto body repair shop in Edmonton? Do you need to locate a Edmonton area collision repair center? You have come to the right dealership! At Sherwood Dodge we can help fix your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM (or other manufacturer) back to like-new condition.
Our professional Body Shop & Collision Centre staff take pride in the work we do. We will make sure your collision repair is done on time and on budget. Sherwood Dodge is an AMA Approved Collision Centre offering AMA Benefits.
Feel free to schedule your Edmonton area collision repair by filling out our Body Shop Appointment form below. We look forward to helping you in your automotive repair needs.
What Sets Sherwood Dodge's Body Shop & Collision Centre Apart From the Rest?
Fill out the short Body Shop appointment form above or call us at 1 (780) 410-4110!
When accidents happen, enjoy peace of mind knowing you are protected with Collision Guard.
Congratulations on the purchase of your NEW or PRE-OWNED vehicle! As a member of the Sherwood Dodge and St. Albert Dodge family, we are pleased to inform you that we will cover up to $1,000 of your insurance deductible when repaired at the Sherwood Dodge Collision Centre!
Benefits of Collision Guard
Collision Guard Program Details
There are a series of important steps to take if you are involved in a vehicle accident:
Information & documentation you will want to record at the scene of the accident include:
Frequently Asked Questions
Do We Repair Other Manufacturer Models?
Absolutely! Our Body Shop & Collision Centre is licensed to repair any and all vehicle manufacturer models.
Are Collision Stickers Mandatory?
A collision sticker is required by law when damage exceeds $2,000 dollars. Collision stickers inform the police that the collision has been reported and allows for auto-body shops to repair the damaged motor vehicle.
Collision stickers are not required when damage was caused by vandalism. Visit your local police office to get your sticker; no appointment is necessary!
Do I Need To Report A Car Accident To Police?
Not all car accidents need to be reported to the police. However, there are three circumstances when you MUST report an accident to police:
Where Can I Get A Copy Of The Alberta Collision Report Form?
Go to www.ecollision.gov.ab.ca. Make sure you have the Police File Number for your report.