3 Reasons To Let A Professional Tackle Your Car's Hail Damage

Posted on: 19 February 2019

After a severe storm, it's disheartening to discover that hail from the weather event damaged your vehicle. You may be tempted to tackle the repairs yourself, in hopes of saving money preventing a claim from going on your auto insurance. However, it's best to let a pro fix your car's hail damage for the following reasons. 1. Your Car Might Have More Damage Than Expected It's a common occurrence for auto owners to mistakenly believe that the damage to their vehicles is relatively minor.
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Tips For Safely Removing Auto Emblems To Prepare For Paint

Posted on: 17 October 2018

Doing some of the prep-work to get your car ready for body work or a paint job will help to decrease the overall cost of the project. When you take your car in for something like this, you are charged an hourly rate for the services being provided – so, if you do some of the work yourself before you take the car in for service, you'll cut the cost of the service.
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Flat Tires Versus Blown Tires On Heavy Equipment

Posted on: 29 August 2016

In truth, you should fix flat tires and blown tires if you ever want to drive your heavy equipment again. However, when given the option, you should want to fix the flats to avoid the blown tires. Here are the differences between these two commonly confused terms and why it is better to fix a flat tire before it turns into a fully-blown tire. Fixing a Flat As heavy as heavy construction trucks and equipment are, that is how much weight their massive tires have to support every day.
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How To Protect Your Car From Sun Damage

Posted on: 24 August 2016

If your car sits out in a sunny area for a long period of time, it's possible it can have some damage. The sun can cause damage to both the inside and the outside of your vehicle. The upholstery can become discolored and faded after being exposed to sunlight over time. If you have leather seats they can age a lot faster. The leather seats might also dry out and crack.
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