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  • “Repairs for Classic Cars”

    “Repairs for Classic Cars”

    Around the world, thousands of vintage vehicles need auto body repairs to get back on the road again. This is especially true of cars that have been around for more than twenty years. The renovations to these automobiles are to help keep them in tip-top-shape like when they were first made. But repairs for classic

  • “4 Smartphone Driving Apps That Help Prevent Accidents”

    “4 Smartphone Driving Apps That Help Prevent Accidents”

    Smartphone driving apps are making a difference in cutting down collisions on the highways.  Every year, millions of U.S. drivers are involved in preventable car accidents. One of the leading causes of collisions, especially with young drivers, is distracted driving. This includes texting while driving. As well as talking on the phone or to others

  • “Interior Repairs that Body Shops Provide”

    “Interior Repairs that Body Shops Provide”

    Autobody repairs are rarely considered an ‘inside job.’ In fact, when thinking of what autobody shop workers do, it is the outer fixes that usually come to mind.  But interior repairs that body shops provide are important too. From auto detailing to carpet and upholstery repair, is are a lot of work that can be

  • “Polymer Degradation: Is Your Car At Risk?”

    “Polymer Degradation: Is Your Car At Risk?”

    How many times have you ever heard the term polymer degradation? Every industry has its own jargon. In a school setting, ‘cooperative learning’ is heard often while you might here a police officer saying ‘code 5’ while engaging in radio talk. One common subject that comes up often in auto body shops is the discussion

  • “Auto Body Repair 101- Professional Detailing”

    “Auto Body Repair 101- Professional Detailing”

    The repair process after an accident is one with many different phases. First, there is an examination of the vehicle. Then the actual repairs are made. Paint and other minor issues are touched up. Then finally, the auto body shop taking care of these repairs has the responsibility of cleaning the car through a professional

  • “Auto Body Repair 101—The Repair Process”

    “Auto Body Repair 101—The Repair Process”

    In this second part in our series on the auto body repair process, we’ll explain the estimate and actual structural repair process.  It’s easy to assume the process is simple. However, there are a lot of details in this process beginning with the estimate of repairs. Estimates Estimates today are done a number of ways. 

  • “Auto Body Repair 101—The Painting Process”

    “Auto Body Repair 101—The Painting Process”

    This is the first article in a series that will explain the basics of what an auto body shop does when repairing a vehicle after a collision.  Please bear in mind that every body shop is different and these articles only outline the basic procedure of the particular repair process.  Some body shops will use

  • “Do-It-Yourself Roadside Assistance”

    “Do-It-Yourself Roadside Assistance”

    Roadside assistance plans are a great thing to have and there are many plans to choose from today. Most insurance companies offer this option with their policies and there are a variety of options.   Many people ask if they really need it.  This depends on a number of factors, including how old your vehicle

  • “Collision Insurance vs. Comprehensive in Arizona”

    “Collision Insurance vs. Comprehensive in Arizona”

    Many people are confused by the difference between comprehensive and collision insurance.  They both cover your car but for different reasons.  Although having the minimum coverage of liability insurance is required in every state, neither collision or comprehensive insurance is legally required in any state.   However, both types of insurance can be lifesavers. Collision

  • “Body Shop Estimates—Why They Vary”

    “Body Shop Estimates—Why They Vary”

    When you’re in a collision, there are certain steps to take once you and your passengers (if you have any) are safe.  If your car is still drivable, you’ll first call your insurance company to report the damage.  After this, getting body shop estimates are the next step. We get asked from time to time

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