Welcome to R Jones Collision1

Need auto body repair in the greater Des Moines area? Building trust with our customers has been a key to our success. Recommended by many insurers, we work directly with your insurance company, so you don't have to. Your vehicle will be repaired properly, by our highly trained and certified auto body repair craftsmen, using the most modern and up-to-date auto body and collision repair equipment available in our state of the art auto body and collision repair facility. Our customer service and waiting areas have been designed with your comfort in mind. For your peace of mind, we warranty your body shop repairs for as long as you own your vehicle. Trust R Jones Collision 1 with all your vehicle autobody and collision repair needs!


R Jones Collision 1 proudly serves the auto body and collision repair needs of the greater Des Moines IA area including West Des Moines, Urbandale, Clive, Johnston, Altoona, Ankeny, Indianola, Newton, Ames, Boone, Pella, Grinnell, Waukee, Adel, Norwalk, Grimes, Marshalltown, and Oskaloosa IA.

Request An Auto Body Repair Estimate

Request An Auto Body Repair Estimate

Trust R Jones Collision to assist you with your auto insurance claim, and if you need towing, we’ll take care of that for you. Need a car to drive while we repair your vehicle? We’ll make rental car arrangements for you. We make the auto body repair process easy for you. Click the button to get started.

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An Automotive Crash Course

An Automotive Crash Course

Ladies Night Out is a one night class on the fine art of owning an automobile. We provide the food, wine and information, you just need to RSVP. Every attendee receives a gift bag and a valuable education. Join us for our next Ladies Night Out meeting

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Hi, I’m Christy Jones, I’d like to welcome you to R Jones Collision 1. Our ICAR trained and ASE certified technicians will return your collision damaged vehicle to original OEM specifications, in a timely fashion, and provide insurance claim assistance all the way through the process. When picking up your vehicle, it will be cleaned inside and out, and your auto body repairs will carry a written limited lifetime warranty. We look forward to serving all your auto body and collision repair needs!

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The R Jones Collision 1 Team had a wonderful time with our 1Collision Network partners and friends, at the Collision Industry Conference in Nashville, Tennessee! We will be back first thing tomorrow!Great to spend time with the entire R Jones Collision 1 team, at the Collision Industry Conference in Nashville, Tennessee! ... See MoreSee Less

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R Jones will be closing for two days. The entire team is headed to Nashville for some industry training events. We will be checking email and voicemail periodically, so please leave a message. 515-278-4170 We will reopen at 7:00am on Thursday, April 18th. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is your Wednesday PSA - According to the Iowa Auto Dealers Association, there has been a rash of counterfeit cashier's checks being presented to dealerships in Iowa. In this situation, the buyer presents a cashier's check for the purchase of a vehicle, but the financial institution who "issued" the check is closed for business for the day, so the dealer can't confirm the authenticity of the check. By the time the dealer can check on it, the buyer is long gone with a car and the dealer is stuck with a bad check.

This information can be helpful for everybody out there accepting payments for services/products.

What you should look for -
*While it depends on the lending institution, many real cashier's check have some type of security instrument printed on them, whether it is a heat sensitive stamp, security thread, color shifting ink, mirrored image or watermark. Some of the fake ones will be missing security instruments.
*Look for spelling mistakes.
*Look at the dealership name - it should be printed, not written in.
*See if the address and/or phone number of the lending institution is missing.
*Determine if the amount of the check is the actual amount needed or is different than your contractual documents.
*Credit Union checks would have a NCUA stamp on them for National Credit Union Association.
*The only way to guarantee the check is not forged is to call the issuing lending institution. Remember the risk you take if it is too late to call the lender.

Be careful out there folks. We hope this helps you!
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