Meet the Owners
Advance Auto Collision Center is a family-owned and operated business. The company is a dream turned reality for brothers Joneisy (J) and Junior Sepulveda (pictured below), who began working on cars at the young age of 14. They take pride in what they do, which is evident in every car that leaves their shop. J initially went to school to become a lawyer, but ultimately made the decision to abandon his legal career and join forces with his brother Junior to pursue their shared true passion- Cars.
The brothers are self-described “family men”, and have 6 kids between the two of them. Their business philosophy is to treat every customer like family, which is a big reason that quality and safety are of the utmost concern to them. In their spare time, the brothers enjoy jet skiing and spending time with their kids.
State of the Art Facility
Our new facility, conveniently located on Waters Ave right by the Veterans Expressway, features a modern, newly renovated indoor office space, complete with a guest waiting area. It’s important to us that our guests feel comfortable and welcome, so we provide comfortable seating and complimentary drinks and snacks.
Providing Expert & Honest Service For Over 20 Years
Our goal at Advance Auto Collision Center is to be the #1 auto body repair shop in the Tampa Bay area. We do this by providing high quality repairs and superior customer service at some of the most competitive rates in the industry.
We have over 50 years experience in the auto body repair industry, so when you bring your car to us you can be confident that the job will be done right. We adhere to the highest repair standards – Not only will your car look great, but it will be safe.
We work with all makes and models of automobiles, as well as motorcycles, motor homes, trailers, box trucks, and emergency vehicles. Additionally, our technicians have extensive luxury car repair training, including being Audi certified.
Advance Auto Collision Center is an OEM Certified Collision Care Provider, by the Assured Performance Network. Only 1 in 10 body shops meet or exceed the requirements for Certification. In order to become and remain Certified, shops must meet the requirements as established by the Auto Manufacturers and pass an annual on-site inspection-audit. These requirements identify Certified shops that have the proper tools, equipment, training, and facilities to safely repair the next generation of vehicles, ensuring the vehicle fit, finish, durability, value, and safety using advanced materials and technology.