Auto Art Body Shop has eight locations across Middle Tennessee; Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Nashville, Franklin, Mt. Juliet and Hendersonville.
We specialize in providing expert service for both major and minor auto collision repairs. Our up-to-date technologies and machines operated by our experienced team of professionals can restore your vehicle back to its former state and have it running as good as new!
Auto Art takes great pride in holding the highest accreditation training in the collision repair industry. We have heavily invested in educating and training our team, as well as obtaining high quality equipment in order to provide you with the best service possible.
We are part of The CertifiedFirst® Network, meeting high standards for customer satisfaction and professionalism. We are also part of the Nissan and Infiniti certified collision repair network, and hold an AAA+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Rest assured, your vehicle is in good hands with us. Choose Smart. Choose Auto Art.
Visit one of our branches for your auto body repair needs today!
Bill Wallace opened the first Auto Art Body Shop in Murfreesboro with the vision of creating partnerships with Middle Tennessee communities by providing collision repair services based in fairness, safety and quality. Our first location opened in 1970, and Auto Art has used that foundation based on long-lasting partnerships to shape a business. Auto Art has grown to 8 locations and served tens of thousands of Middle Tennesseans.
In September 2014, Auto Art acquired Auto Works Collision, a single point collision repair shop in Mt. Juliet. Auto Works had established a good reputation in the community and ran fairly and ethically.
Auto Art raised the standard of employee benefits for the Auto Works employees significantly. They maintained weekends off for family and personal time and rest to ensure their employees have a good life-work balance. Auto Art allows for great flexibility for their employees to experience family events and attend to personal needs, and management often makes allowances on same day or short notice for employees to be able to attend to their lives. They include Friday as part of Thanksgiving holiday to make accommodations for their employees to go visit family out of town, and they are closed on Christmas Eve, a gift for their employees to share the holiday that many businesses have stopped sharing.