BMW Collision Repair

Bradan is proud to announce we have been sponsored for BMW collision repair training. This will give us direct access to BMW's collision repair training centers and programs. Our Car Bench jig bench, Car Bench measuring system, Cebora and Tecna welders and Glasurit paint are already OEM approved by BMW. BMW is a brand we have always been enthusiasts and long term customers of, making it a natural choice for us. This means accident damaged BMWs will be brought back to pre accident condition using strictly OEM parts and procedures that directly comply and follow BMW engineer's strict standards. You have a choice to which collision repair facility you allow to fix your vehicle; don’t let insurance companies steer you to one of their direct repair shops or tell you how it should be fixed. The adjuster's job is to minimize the claim payout, which often means pushing to use recycled or aftermarket parts. This leaves your car worse off then it was originally and often creates issues during lease return. We guarentee our repairs as long as you own or lease your vehicle and will even cover your rental car if it exceeds your policy limit.

A majority of training is at BMW of North Americas Woodcliff Lake, NJ which is home of not only their headquarters, but also their repair and collision center. The building is divided into smaller workshops that teach everything from the BMW step apprentice program, motorcycle repair, Rolls Royce, paint, and structural repairs. BMW is a great brand that provides continuiously training to make sure their vehicles are correctly repaired worldwide.

We pride ourselves on high quality collision repair work and invite you and even your insurance company to visit during the repair process to view your job’s progress in person. We understand you're busy during the day and provide photo progress reports start to finish if requested. Our state of the art facility is conveniently located in West Babylon, NY. Only an hour from Manhattan and the Hamptons, and centrally located between Huntington and Bay Shore.