Nicked Your Car This Spring? Fix It With Touch Up Paint!
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.
3 Parts An Auto Body Shop Can Replace After Hitting A Deer
3 March 2016
No one expects to be in a car accident. They just happen. Countless people end up hitting a deer when driving down the road. Deer can come flying out of the woods and dart across the road at any time. While many try to avoid hitting them, it is inevitable for most. The whole thing happens in a matter of seconds. If you found yourself dealing with a situation where your car needs repairs due to hitting a deer, you aren't alone.
Custom Designs And Patterns To Personalize Your Car
7 January 2016
Your car can be an extension of your own creativity and artistic vision when you have it customized by a hydrographic shop. Hydrographic printing is a method of applying printed designs to three-dimensional surfaces made of metal, fiberglass, wood, plastic, ceramics, and glass. When hydrographic patterns and designs are applied to your car, you personalize it to be uniquely your own. Hydrographic designs can be applied to your car's exterior, interior, and engine parts, such as your car's hood, trunk lid, door panels, dashboard, fenders, steering wheel, wheel rims, and hubcaps.
Tips For Saving Cash On Repairs After An Auto Accident
16 November 2015
If your vehicle was involved in an auto accident and you are forced to pay for the repairs out of your own pocket, you might start to find yourself a little concerned about the cost of everything. To help curb the cost a little, you might want to take a few moments to review the following tips.
Find Parts At A Salvage Yard
Not all replacement vehicle parts need to be brand new, especially considering how much money you might be able to save by purchasing a used part or two.