Recycled Rides

12 Years of Recycled Rides

Tracy's Collision Center and Community Action partnered with Farm Bureau this year to give away two more cars bring the total to 23. The Recycled Rides program provides reliable transportation to deserving members of the Lincoln community. The program began as a challenge between collision repair centers across the country to rebuild a car for a family in need. Tracy's brings their employees together with parts and paint venders and other local contributors to make it a truly local event.

Recycled Rides

Tracy's and Partners Still Going Strong

Tracy's Collision Center along with State Farm and Community Action gave away two more cars bring the total to 21. 2016 marks the 11th year of their Recycled Rides program, repairing and donating cars to deserving families in the Lincoln community.

Getting A Head Start on Learning

Tracy's Collision Center partners with Lincoln's Community Action and Head Start programs

Tracy's Collision Center has partnered with Lincoln's Community Action and Head Start programs to help children whose families are living below the poverty line receive a pre-kindergarten education. We've sponsored a classroom at Lincoln's new Health 360 Center where 17 pre-schoolers can learn colors, shapes, numbers, letters, socializing and sharing in a full day, year round environment. Find out more about Head Start and Community Action at

Recycled Rides

Tracy's and Partners Celebrate 10 Years

Tracy's Collision Center along with State Farm and Community Action celebrated 10 years of their Recycled Rides program, repairing and donating cars to deserving families in the Lincoln community.

Taking a Stand Against Distracted Driving

Humor and horror movies educate drivers about distracted driving.

Tracy’s Collision Center sees the effects of distracted driving every day, from fender benders to totaled vehicles. As an active member of the Lincoln community, they decided to do their part to help reduce the number of collisions due to distracted driving. Using humor and elements of horror movies, these PSAs (public service announcements) educate drivers about distracted driving and encourage them to think of others on the road.

Lincoln Children's Museum Exhibit

Tiny Town of Big Imagination

The Lincoln Children's Museum recently completed it's largest renovation project in more than a decade. Now open: Tiny Town of Big Imagination!

This kid-sized community includes 6 updated exhibits and two never-before-seen exhibits at Lincoln Children's Museum including Tracy's Collision Center Mechanic's Garage. These exhibits feature kid-friendly, state-of-the-art technology that takes play and learning to a whole new level! We are a proud sponsor of the Lincoln Children's Museum, a true jewel in our community!

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Ranked by Child Magazine as one of the top 25 children's museums in the United States, Lincoln Children's Museum is an immersive environment where children and families combine learning with play. These two elements are fundamental to a positive childhood experience and a successful future.

Countless adventures await you when you spend time at Lincoln Children's Museum! Every visit offers a new opportunity to grow, learn and connect as a family. Three floors and more than 23,000 square feet of hands-on exhibit space make for an incredible place where children of all ages will learn, create and explore.

In the Tracy's Collision Center exhibit the traditional parent-child "out in the garage" bond gets a head start. A conversation that begins with tools, colors and shapes can easily turn into, "Will you help me change this tire, Dad?" Touch-screen technology at the paint application station allows little mechanics to unleash their creative side. They can choose a type of vehicle, select a paint brush and personalize it with their favorite color. And the experience wouldn't be complete without an official Tracy's Collision Center uniform!

A life-long love of learning begins when children are young, and that is why Tracy's Collision Center is a proud sponsor of Lincoln Children's Museum. Your little one will be out of the car seat and behind the wheel before you know it. Make the most of these precious moments and ignite your own childlike wonder. Explore, create and play in an environment that's tailored entirely for the young… and the young at heart!

Children's Car Seat Recycling Program

Tracy's Collision Centers recycle tens of thousands of pounds of plastics, metals and cardboard every year. In doing so, we have identified a recycling need in our community that we can be of help with. You see, many of the materials used to construct child safety seats are very similar to those used today in the construction of vehicles.

Routinely each year, thousands of child safety seats are sent to the landfill because there have been no other alternatives. In an effort to keep child safety seats out of the landfill, Tracy's Collision Centers have started a child safety seat recycling program.

We would like to encourage parents to be aware of the expiration date on seats and their history. Child safety seats that have been used in accidents should be destroyed. More information about child safety seats can be found at

Tracy's Collision Centers accepts child safety seats that have expired, have been in car accidents and are no longer in use. This service is provided without any expense to the owner. The car seat is disassembled and the materials are sent to be recycled.

You may drop off your out-dated or damage child safety seat at either Tracy's Collision Center during regular business hours.

Celebrate Lincoln 2014

On June 6th and 7th, Celebrate Lincoln turned the streets of Downtown Lincoln into a great place to eat, dance, and play. Patrons enjoyed two fun-filled days of delicious food, refreshing beverages, colorful merchandise, kid-friendly activities, and a sizzling line-up of entertainment including headliners David Cook and David Nail . Tracy's Collision Center was a proud sponsor of this year's event.

Recycled Rides

Going 9 years strong at Tracy's Collision Center!

Recycled Rides is a nationwide community service project whereby members of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) repair and donate recycled vehicles to families and service organizations in need, in their own communities. A "green" program highlighting vehicle and parts recycling, Recycled Rides recruits collision repairers, insurers, paint suppliers, parts vendors and others, to contribute in their own, yet synergistic ways.

Best of Lincoln

Voted #1 Body Shop since 1987!

The KFOR Best of Lincoln has always been "the people's choice" award since its inception in 1985. Again this year, KFOR utilized Spartan Polling, an internet-focused consumer opinion market research firm, to conduct the survey. During the month of June, they ask people to go to any one of our six stations' websites and click on the "Best of Lincoln" link. This leads them directly to the Best of Lincoln on-line survey.

More information about Best of Lincoln on their website.