3 Reasons DIY Auto Body Repair Isn't Recommended

If you have been in an accident with some auto body damage, you may be tempted to make the repairs on your own. After all, it's only auto body repairs rather than internal repairs that affect driving performance. However, auto body repairs aren't as easy as it seems. Here are three reasons why DIY repairs are not recommended: Matching Paint is Not Easy: First of all, you are probably going to have to repaint areas where you have had to repair a dent or scratch.   Read More...

Thinking Of Buying A Damaged RV? What To Know

If you are looking at an RV that has some minor body damage, but the seller is listing the RV for a very low and affordable price, there are some things you can do to see if the vehicle is a smart investment. The seller may not want to deal with fixing the RV, or may want to move on to a newer or bigger model. Here are some of the things that you want to do before you purchase the RV, and before you start investing your own money into it.   Read More...

Your Older Car Can Still Look Beautiful

So, you have an older car that's taken the brunt of quite a few miles on the road. There are still many ways to take care of your car and make so that no one suspects how much drive time it's gotten. Have the Car Detailed Regularly You will be surprised at the difference a regular auto detailing can make. A car wash alone will make a recent paint job shine.   Read More...

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...