Basic Auto Glass Repair Questions And Answers For Car Owners

Damaged auto glass is an issue that will frequently strike cars, but it is also a problem that car owners will often not have a thorough understanding about addressing and preventing this damage. Unfortunately, this can lead to the repairs for these damages being far more expensive and complicated than necessary. What Factors Contribute To Auto Glass Cracking? It is often assumed that there is nothing that can be done to minimize the risk of the glass developing major cracks.   Read More...

4 Safety Tips For Sandblasting The Paint On Your Vehicle

If you want to paint your vehicle on your own, you are most likely going to need to sandblast away the paint that is already on your vehicle. If this is your first time sandblasting your vehicle, here are some safety tips that you need to make sure that you follow to keep yourself safe during this process. #1 Cover All Your Skin You are not going to want to have any exposed skin while sandblasting your vehicle.   Read More...

Crash Course Cleanup: What To Do When Your Commercial Trucks Are A Mess

When commercial trucks crash into each other, the end result will always include scraped paint and may include dents. If a couple of your trucks have recently banged into each other because a couple of your drivers were not paying attention, you may have some messed up trucks on your hands. Thankfully, there are some solutions for this very problem. A Little Commercial Fleet Repair If your trucks got some dents, only a commercial fleet repair technician can take these dents out.   Read More...

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...