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  • “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

  • “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

  • “5 Strange Car Smells and What They Mean”

    “5 Strange Car Smells and What They Mean”

    One of the best ways to know if something is wrong with your vehicle is to use your five senses. If you see steam rising from your hood, hearing a clinking noise, or touching an unusually warm surface can all be warning signs that something is wrong. But what about strange car smells? Many drivers

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    “The Importance of Bumper Repair”

                    Your car’s bumper is critical component. Contrary to popular belief, although they aren’t safety features, bumpers do have a specific role and appropriate bumper repair is very important for reasons listed below.        According to the NHTAS, they are “designed to protect the hood, trunk,

  • “Keeping Up With Vehicle Recalls”

    “Keeping Up With Vehicle Recalls”

    In 2016, vehicle recalls reached an all-time high at 53.2 million vehicles. This was a 7 percent increase over the previous high of 51.1 million in 2015. Specifically, over 42 million vehicles were affected by faulty airbag inflators. This marks the largest American safety recall of all time and leading to at least 16 deaths.

  • “Auto Body Shop vs Auto Repair Shop: Knowing Who to Call”

    “Auto Body Shop vs Auto Repair Shop: Knowing Who to Call”

       Many people think that the terms ‘auto body’ and ‘auto repair’ are synonymous. After all, both types of businesses deal with damaged vehicles in some capacity and have qualified technicians that can help get your ride back on the road. However, auto body and repair shops have very different specializations. Just like you wouldn’t

  • “5 Questions to Ask Your Body Shop After a Collision”
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    “5 Questions to Ask Your Body Shop After a Collision”

    After the initial shock of getting in a collision has worn off and you’ve contacted your insurance company and now need to find a body shop to repair your vehicle, there are questions that you should ask when researching the best shops to have the work done. Like any other industry not all body shops

  • “What Insurance Companies DON’T Tell You About Collision Repair”
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    “What Insurance Companies DON’T Tell You About Collision Repair”

    If you’ve been in a collision and need your car repaired many insurance companies will attempt to “steer” you toward body shops that use generic or “after-market” auto parts.  These after-market parts are parts that aren’t made by the original manufacturer of your car.  They are generic and the top body shops complain—rightly so— that these

  • “How To Tell if Your Car Was Repaired Correctly After a Collision”
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    “How To Tell if Your Car Was Repaired Correctly After a Collision”

    You’ve had a collision and you’ve gone through all the steps to get your vehicle repaired.  You took the car to your insurance company—or sent pictures of the damage—for an appraisal of the damage. You then got an estimate at your local body shop and had it repaired. You want it repaired so it looks like

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