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Keeping Your Paint Pristine

If you are like most people who have paid for a custom auto paint job, you might assume that your new paint will stay looking great forever. Unfortunately, rock chips, bad car washes, and unfortunate car accidents can wreak havoc on an otherwise perfect paint job--leaving you with frustrating dents, dings, and scratches. I have owned several cars over the years, and I can tell you first hand how important it is to know how to take care of your paint. This blog discusses different ways you might be able to fend off trouble, so that you can stay proud of your car.

Discuss These Three Subjects When You’re Talking To A Collision Repair Shop

8 February 2016
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After your vehicle has been damaged in an accident, your first priority is to deal with your insurance company. Once this necessity is completed, it's time to start looking for an auto shop that can handle the repair work. Your insurance company will often have some recommendations of certified shops in your city, so it's useful to call or visit each of the locations, talk to a shop employee and decide which will be best suited to handle your repair needs. Read More …

Tips For Maintaining A Convertible Top

22 December 2015
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If you have a convertible and like to use a top every once in a while, then it's a good idea to also do some maintenance from time to time. A bit of elbow grease here and there can lead to a much longer lifespan for your convertible top. Here are some tips to help you get started:  Vinyl vs Fabric The first step is to make sure you know exactly what kind of material your top is made out of. Read More …

Fuel Tank Lid Covered With Rust? Repair It With These Steps

27 October 2015
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If rust covers the lid over your fuel tank, take steps to repair it now. A rusty gas tank lid effects the performance of your car's engine, transmission and other critical parts if rust particles spread into the car's fuel lines and tank. To prevent these issues, here are simple steps you can follow to repair your vehicle's fuel tank lid now.    Get Your Supplies You'll need to purchase or gather a few supplies to repair your rusted fuel tank lid: Read More …

What If It Can’t Be Fixed: Getting The Most Money For Your Totaled Car

31 July 2015
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If your car is totaled in an accident and you have an insurance plan that will pay you for the value of your car, you might be disappointed with the amount of money that you are able to get. This can be frustrating because you might need the money to purchase another car so that you can easily get to work and to other activities. Car insurance companies are going to have a different idea with regards to what a fair market-price of your car is. Read More …

How To Fix A Rust Spot On Your Car

29 July 2015
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Rust will eat away at a car's body and will continue to spread throughout the body of the car until it is dealt with. You need to act quickly to prevent rust from destroy the structural integrity of the auto body. Once rust has started to show you will need to remove it and paint the area. You can save a few dollars by doing the work yourself and by following this simple list of instructions that will teach you how to fix a rust spot on an auto body. Read More …