3 Ways To Protect Your Vehicle's Paint

Posted on: 28 November 2016

There are few things more attractive than a vehicle with a shiny coat of paint. Your vehicle's paint serves as a protective coating that prevents contaminants from corroding its frame. Keeping your car's paint in good condition should be a priority when you want to prevent serious body damage. Here are three things that you can do to ensure your vehicle's paint remains aesthetically pleasing and functional well into the future.
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6 Survival Items Every Trucker Needs In The Cab Of The Truck

Posted on: 1 September 2016

As a professional truck driver, part of your training likely involves knowing how to stay prepared for emergencies on the road. However, as the years pass, a lot of those helpful ideas get pushed to the side. The fact of the matter is, though, you never really know when engine failure or something else could leave you and your rig parked on the side of the road waiting for a heavy-duty towing company to bring you to an auto shop for truck repair.
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Design The Most Attractive Advertising Wrap For Your Business Vehicle

Posted on: 6 July 2016

You have to use your business vehicle to meet service requests, purchase supplies and a host of other activities. Why not let your vehicle work for you? Having your vehicle professionally updated with a graphic design wrap is a great way to accomplish this. Learn just some of the key factors to remember when creating design wraps for your business vehicle.   Minimize Copy Learn how to convey your message in as few words as possible.
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Nicked Your Car This Spring? Fix It With Touch Up Paint!

Posted on: 4 May 2016

If you've scratched or dinged your car this spring, it's important to get that spot repaired before the season's wet weather causes your car to rust. If the ding or scratch is small enough, touch up paint will cover it without being too noticeable. Just remember that any touch up paint you apply to your car will probably not look perfect (imagine painting your car with nail polish, and you'll get the idea), so if you're thinking about selling your car sometime soon and would like a truly professional touch up job, take your car in to a collision repair shop.
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