Reasons To Take Your Car To A Repair Shop Even After A Minor Fender Bender

When you've been in a minor fender bender, you might be pleased to see that your car has little or no visible damage to it. This may compel you to continue to go about your day while trying your best to put the accident out of your mind. It's a good idea, however, to schedule a visit to your local auto collision repair shop even if you don't believe that your vehicle sustained major damage.   Read More...

Three Ways To Protect Your Car After Collision Repair

If you were in a collision in which your car has been damaged, you likely filed a claim and had collision repair done to your vehicle. After having collision repair done, you want to be sure that you continue to protect those repairs so you won't have to pay out of pocket to have them fixed anytime in the near future. Here are three ways to protect your car after collision repairs have been done:   Read More...

Protecting Your Windshield from Cracks

Protecting your car windshield may seem impossible; you can never predict when something will hit your windshield and crack it. However, there are a few things that you can do to take care of your windshield, in order to minimize the potential for a large windshield crack.  Apply a Windshield Protection Film Some technicians will offer to install a windshield protector on your car. This is a thin, invisible layer of film that is adhered to the outside of the windshield.   Read More...

Fixing Small Car Dings With Auto Body Filler

Auto body filler is not too hard to work with if you have a little bit of instruction. Many homeowners and DIYers feel completely comfortable when it comes to fixing wood or drywall dings, but they don't try to fix similar dings in their automobiles. In fact, the skills and materials needed for all of these repairs are quite similar. This article will explain how you can fix basic auto body scratches, dents and dings.   Read More...