WELCOME TO SOUTH OF THE SQUARE COLLISION CENTER!

South of the Square is your trusted resource for full auto paint and collision repair services, proudly serving the Medina area since 1999 with a second location in North Ridgeville! Our experienced repair technicians are I-CAR Gold Class certified which means they receive ongoing training in the latest in auto repair technology. We understand our community and our customers. Let us help you when you need it most! Voted Medina’s Best of the Best 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2015!

 

home content

Medina Location

118 Mill St., Medina, OH 44256
(330) 721-8373

SOS-Medina-location(real)

SOS-Medina-location

North Ridgeville Location

7385 Race Road, North Ridgeville, OH 44039
(440) 327-9810

SOS new location

South of The Square Collision Center shared Ann Ladd Jewelry's post. ...

Find this penny on the Medina square. Take a picture of it and tag me @annladdjewelry to win a free piece of my jewelry... and Go ! 😀 PLEASE SHARE THIS POST as a Public post ... thank you !

View on Facebook

South of The Square Collision Center shared Ohio Department of Public Safety's photo. ...

As of Aug. 2017, Ohioans can now request their vehicle registration renewal notification by email. By Nov. 26th, 48,059 vehicles were flagged as paperless

View on Facebook

South of The Square Collision Center shared Tina Bishop - The Bishop Agency, Farmers Insurance Agent's post. ...

Shout out to South of The Square Collision Center for taking care of our clients! Another satisfied customer!! The work on this car was done at the North Ridgeville Location but they both do great work!! Highly recommended!!

View on Facebook

South of The Square Collision Center shared This Day in Automotive History's post. ...

As a followup to the Dodge Viper, Chrysler rolled out the Plymouth Prowler concept car in 1993. Influenced in part by famed hot rod builder Chip Foose, the car received enough consumer attention that it was put into production in 1997. The first production Prowlers featured a 214 hp V6 tagged to an automatic transmission. In 1999, after a one year hiatus, the car returned with an upgraded 253 hp v6 and a semi-auto 4 speed. The car remained in production as a Plymouth until the brand was shuttered in 2001, at which point the car was rebadged as Chrysler, with the last one leaving the assembly line on this day in 2002. All together 11,702 Prowlers were manufactured.

View on Facebook