WHAT IS ALL MAGIC?
All Magic Auto Paint & Body offers state-of-the-art equipment and tools to ensure optimum results. We present the latest technology in computerized color matching, and specialize in frame repairs with our modern laser measuring system. We offer our customers a complete collision repair center with trained mechanics on duty.
This protects your vehicle from being sent to other shops for mechanical repairs. You trust and choose us to do the work, and we complete the job. As one of the most trusted collision repair facilities in the Riverside area, we proudly boast zero complaints with the Bureau of Automotive Repair.
Most important to you, our friendly staff is ready to assist you in any way they can to insure your car is repaired promptly and hassle-free. As a preferred repair shop for most major insurance carriers, we have established strong relationships that help ensure a positive experience. We are also pleased to offer rental car assistance if needed, with free drop off and pick up services.
Becoming an OEM certified auto body shop All Magic Auto & Paint is no easy task. It’s worth it to provide high-quality, original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts to our customers. Our customers have appreciate our dedication to quality parts and repairs, like our OEM certiﬁcation, as we continue to provide extraordinary vehicle repair and customer care.
WHY CHOOSE AN OEM CERTIFIED AUTO BODY SHOP?
OEM certification allows us to make repairs using the exact specifications and pans the manufacturer did when originally building your vehicle.
All Magic Auto & Paint has gone through extensive training and rigorous quality standards to gain these certiﬁcations from various manufacturers, including Ford, General Motors, Chrysler, Nissan, Honda and Hyundai. In addition, our repairs are backed by a lifetime warranty.
The training is very demanding, with technicians spending between four days and two weeks in training. Manufacturers also visit all OEM shops to ensure repairs are being done correctly, with the required parts and tools. Also, OEM certiﬁed body shops must re-certify every year or two depending on the manufacturer.