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All Star Collision & Glass Ltd - Sargent Avenue

Auto Repairs - Body Work
828 Sargent Avenue
Winnipeg Manitoba R3E 0C2
(204) 772-1100
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We always strive to provide the best auto body repair services in Winnipeg for our customers. We provide FREE Estimates, FREE Shuttle Service, and best of all FREE NEW Courtesy cars.

Services
Collision Repairs, Auto Body Repairs, Rust Repair, Windshield Repairs, Full Painting Services
Business Hours
Monday
8AM–5:30PM
Tuesday
8AM–5:30PM
Wednesday
8AM–5:30PM
Thursday
8AM–5:30PM
Friday
8AM–5:30PM
Saturday
CLOSED
Sunday
CLOSED


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  • 2 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
    Top Ten Tips for Winter Driving
     
    10. Avoid using cruise control. On wet and slippery roads, a skid while using cruise control will cause the vehicle to accelerate.
     
    9. Stay sharp - be a defensive driver. Beware of icy spots – bridges, overpasses, just before intersections and shady spots. Watch for other drivers who may be sliding. Slow down near vehicles stopped by the side of the road.
     
    8. Stay well back of snow plows. Never pass on the right.
     
    7. Prepare for severe conditions. Check road and weather conditions. Avoid driving altogether in severe weather. Keep a cold-weather survival kit. Let friends/family know of your travel plans and estimated time of arrival. If stranded, call 911 and remain in the vehicle until help arrives. Turn on four-way flashers.
     
    6. Learn how to recover from different types of skidding. In all cases, look in the direction where you want to go; take your foot off the gas and off the brake.
     
    5. See and be seen. Before leaving, clear snow and ice off your vehicle and wait for foggy windows to clear up. Turn headlights on during heavy snow or sleet. On sunny days, use the visor and/or polarized sunglasses. Advance cautiously at snow banks.
     
    4. Maintain your vehicle and switch to winter tires. Check the condition of your tires and windshield wipers for excessive wear. Get regular tune-ups, check your fluid levels.
     
    3. Drive smoothly. Accelerate, brake and make turns gradually, gently. Brake sooner.
     
    2. Keep plenty of following distance between you and the vehicle ahead. In ideal conditions, leave four seconds on city streets and six seconds on highways. In winter, leave considerably more.
     
    1. When there’s ice or snow, drive well below the posted speed limit, which is for ideal conditions only. Give yourself extra time for your trip – leave earlier.
  • 4 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
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  • 4 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
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  • 6 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
    It’s that time! To belt out your favourite Christmas songs in your car!
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  • 8 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
    Deal with a black ice encounter. If you do hit black ice, your first reaction must be to remain calm and avoid overreacting. The general rule is to do as little as possible and allow the car to pass over the ice. Do not hit the brakes, and try to keep the steering wheel straight.
    Deal with a black ice encounter. If you do hit black ice, your first r
  • 9 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
    How Cold Should It Be Before I Plug In My Car?
     
    Most experts say that you should plug in your car when the temperature gets to about -15° or -20° degrees Celsius. Your car, if it’s a newer model that is fuel-injected, will start when it’s -30° C. It may just throw a bit of a hissy fit, which makes plugging in your car in colder weather a good idea. It’ll save friction on the engine.
  • 10 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
    Thanks for the great review!
     
    I recently took my Cadillac into the shop for some body work. Being a woman, I always feel that I will be taken advantage of by mechanics. The owner of this shop is a woman, so I felt I would be treated equally.
     
    The manager Darryl was friendly and very good at explaining everything to me. He took his time to insure I understood the whole process. They also gave me a free courtesy car, a pleasant surprise as I don't have loss of use. It was an MPI claim, and there was more damage once they took a look at it, thankfully, they got MPI to pay for everything. My car was ready sooner then I expected, and when I picked it up, it had also been completely cleaned and detailed, a great service I didn't have to pay for.
     
    I find everyone always talks about bad service, so I feel the need to talk about it when you get exceptional service, a rarity in today's world. I would definitely recommend AllStar to anyone who needs bodywork done!
    Thanks for the great review!I recently took my Cadillac into the sho
    10 weeks ago Tim Kennedy
    Tara runs a tight ship 🍷
  • 13 weeks ago by All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.

    All Star Collision & Glass Ltd.
    This kid is incredibly smart!
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    13 weeks ago Elaine Dean
    Wow I greed smart boy. Next plot drive plane
    13 weeks ago Margaret Carson
    Wow what a smart boy man I didn't even know half of that stuff
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