Making Your Car Look New Again After An Accident
19 October 2015
Stop and go rush hour traffic is an easy place to be in a fender bender. The sound of breaking metal and glass on your car when someone rear-ends you is always sickening. Even a minor accident can cause a lot of damage to your car. When you take your car to one of the local auto body collision repair services, it goes through many steps to come out looking new again.
RV Collision Repair Guide
16 October 2015
The fiberglass siding your RV is a relatively durable material, but a collision can result in major damage. Even worse, you may not even realize there is damage until after some time has passed. The following guide can help you understand the most common forms of collision damage on a fiberglass RV, and ensure you know the proper steps to take to fix the situation.
Delamination: The Hidden Damage
Fiberglass siding is usually installed over and bonded to a backer of polystyrene and plywood panels.
Dog Loves To Jump On Your Car Hood? Repair The Scratched Paint With These Tips
9 October 2015
If your large dog loves to jump on everything, including your car's hood, take steps to repair and protect your vehicle's paint now. Your dog's nails can scratch through the paint and damage your car's metal. If this happens, you'll need to take your car to an auto body paint shop for repairs. For smaller scratches, you can protect your paint job with the tips below.
Buy Your Supplies
If you only need to repair a few scratches, purchase one bottle of paint.
Five Car Maintenance Tips For Planning Your Cross-Country Road Trip
9 October 2015
Taking a cross-country trip can be a lot of fun because there are so many amazing things to do and see. Before you start off on your journey, you need to be sure that you take the time to make sure your car is ready for the extensive travel. Use the following checklist to ensure you properly prepare your vehicle for the trip.
Have the Oil and Oil Filter Changed