Telesis Collision Center is a premier auto body repair center serving satisfied customers throughout the Antelope Valley region of Palmdale, Lancaster, and Acton since 1995. We provide auto body repair and auto paint services with top-notch customer care.

Protect the value of your auto investment and your safety. Choose the best. Choose Telesis Collision Center in Palmdale.


At Telesis Collision Center, we make sure our auto body repair processes and equipment meet the highest standards of health, safety and environmental protection. We always strive to improve the way we work and interact with our environment. Telesis takes extra steps every day to help ensure the protection of our employees and the environment by using water-based and fast-dry paints, equipping our employees with proper gear and equipment, recycling all excess materials, and more!  We also engage VECO and Verifacts to ensure the highest quality repair.


We are deeply committed to supporting and giving back to our community. That’s why, at Telesis Collision Center, we have thoroughly done our research in order to provide the very best bottled water to our local sport teams and local charity fundraisers.

Whether you’re a coach of a local soccer team, or an organizer for a local charity fundraiser, please feel free to ask us for some cases of our Telesis Collision Center Natural Spring Water. We think you’ll agree that the absolute crisp and refreshing taste of our water is second to none. It gives us great pleasure to know that our young athletes will stay well hydrated in our desert sun and our charity events will be helped by having water to either sell to, or offer to, their event participants.


Don’t drive under the influence or while you are distracted.

Please make sure you and your passengers are wearing your seatbelts.


of all deadly accidents are caused by driving under the influence of alcohol

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Seatbelts reduce the risk of death by
Seatbelt’s cut the risk of serious injury by

people don’t wear a seatbelt while driving

more likely to crash while texting and driving

People not wearing a seatbelt are more likely to be ejected from the vehicle during a crash


people text while driving

Sending or receiving a text takes a driver’s eyes from the road for an average of

the equivalent (at 55 mph) of driving the length of an entire football field, BLIND