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Local & Growing


One of the most consistent blessings has been the rural community that has supported, encouraged, and enabled our business to thrive. We have been apart of the Sabetha, Hiawatha, and Morrill communities for 17 years now and are grateful for the chance we’ve had to interact with so many in and out of this area. Being a local business in a rural farming community has its pros and cons, but it is always something we will take pride in being a part of. There is a strength and sincerity that is very much valued by those of us at Morrill.

Six years ago Lonnie decided to take a step of faith and expand an already busy collision repair center to also offer 24HR towing and roadside assistance. We started with one rollback and a lot to learn. Today we have an entire fleet! Two light duty rollbacks and a dedicated service truck for the roadside assistance calls that we respond to everyday. A new 2018 Heavy Wrecker and specially equipped and enclosed motorcycle trailer for more specialized emergencies round out the MCR Towing fleet.

As MCR continues to grow in its different branches we are excited for more opportunities to get involved and connect with our community. Local small businesses fail without good people to make a community worth being a part of. Thank you to all those who make this community a blessing to do business with!
Learn more about Morrill Collision LLC: http://morrillcollision.net/about-us

PSA: Dangerous Conditions #moveover

We have all had the experience of driving down the highway and seeing a car pulled off to the side Sometimes it is alone, sometimes with a cop car, or with a tow truck. But what do you usually do when you come across such a scene? Your response could either save, or cost someone their life.

Did you know that 6 emergency responders die every day because motorists are not obeying the Move Over laws? Those of us here at Morrill Collision LLC know how terrifying it is to have vehicles whizzing past a mere 2 feet away at 65-70 mph! The police officers, tow truck drivers and even highway workers are simply trying to do their jobs, and when we do not obey the law we make their jobs very dangerous. We are asking that drivers learn to be aware of the roadway. Please, SLOW DOWN and move over when you see ANYBODY stopped on the side of the road.