• 122 N Main St, Cleveland, GA 30528

  • October Business Spotlight

  • Company name: Shane's Auto Body                                                     Cleveland, Georgia
    Person in charge: Shane Palmer                                                            shanesautobody.com 
    Year founded: 2001                                                                  Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!


    Describe what your organization provides for its customers:

    In March of 2019 we relocated to 1799 Highway 129 South, Cleveland, Ga.  The new facility is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.  We have thirteen auto body repair bays, a frame repair machine, and an electronic laser measuring system.  We are blessed with seasoned auto body repair and paint techs. We repair all makes and models, and we accept all insurance companies!


    Give us a brief history of your business and what makes it stand out:

    Shane's Auto Body, Inc. is a locally owned collision repair business that has been serving the community since 2001.  Our goal is to provide high quality repairs on a timely basis.  As well as providing excellent customer care from the start to finish.


    Describe the most exciting recent highlight for your business:

    Most recently we have added a tire and wheel alignment department.  As well as a full range of auto tech diagnostics, including ADAS calibrations and module programming.  


    Where do you hope to see your business in 12 months?

    Growing and thriving!!!


    What advice would you offer to someone looking for the type of services your organization provides?

    Know your rights in regard to your SELECTION OF A BODY SHOP:

    You have the repair right to have your vehicle repaired at the auto collision shop of your choice. By Georgia law an insurance company cannot steer, force, require or pressure you into using a particular shop. You should never take your vehicle to a body shop based solely on the recommendation of an insurance company. Not even if it is your own insurance company. We recommend that you visit the body shop, stand face to face with the body shop manager and be sure he/she understands that they work for you and not the insurance company. Be sure that you are satisfied that the shop has the proper equipment, the techs have the proper training and that the shop provides a lifetime warranty on all repair work performed.