Humes Collision Center is open for business during the Covid19 Pandemic.
We are a designated essential business and will be available to assist your needs.
To maintain the safety of our employees, customers and vendors, we ask that you call us once you have arrived at Humes Collision for your estimate and we will meet you outside for our curbside estimate.
We will wipe down the vehicle before and after repairs. Please know, our staff will take the best care possible.
Often times we find that our customers have important questions and concerns when it comes to their vehicle. We have provided this Q & A form for your convenience. If we have not addressed your concerns below, please feel free in contaction us. We will be happy to help you in any way possible.
Q: My car’s body is damaged, is it a total loss?
A: No, a car is only a total loss when the price of repairs exceeds the value of the car.
Q: How many estimates do I need for my insurance company?
A: In Minnesota you are only required to get one and you can choose the shop of your choice. To restore your car to pre-accident condition, Humes Collision will work with your insurance company.
Q: How long do your repairs take?
A: The amount of time it takes for us to complete repairs on a damaged car depends on the extent of the damages and how long it takes to get all the parts to complete the repair. At Humes Collision, our goal is to get your car completed as quickly as possible and back to you. Some times is just a few days. We will give you an estimate of time when we have all the parts.
Q: What is the difference between re-conditioned and after market parts?
A: Rebuilding is the process of restoring a part to its original state before failure. Re manufacturing is the process of replacing all of the components of a part to make it like its new condition.
Vehicles For Sale
Inventory For Sale & Sold
2016 Ford Express Cutaway Truck
2013 Cheverolet Express Cutaway Truck
2013 Cheverlotet Express 3500
Antique Tractors For Sale
FAQ-Frequently Asked Questions