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  • “Getting a Second Opinion on a Damage Estimate”

    “Getting a Second Opinion on a Damage Estimate”

    The days and weeks following a car crash can be extremely stressful. After a collision, several things have to be dealt with. First, you have to get contact information from the other driver, contact the proper authorities, and notify your insurance provider. After that, one of the most important matters is finding a reputable auto

  • “Buying a Used Car? Questions to Ask…”

                  Buying a used car can be a complicated process that comes with serious risks, including the possibility of driving away with a ‘lemon.’ Getting a good deal involves more than a low price tag. To be truly satisfied long term, you’ll need to weigh your options carefully. Thankfully,

  • Original Manufacturer Parts and Insurance Companies

    Original Manufacturer Parts and Insurance Companies

        Original manufacturer parts are important.  After an accident, it’s likely that you will have contact with at least two businesses: the insurance company handling your claim and the auto body shop handling your repairs. Although it would seem as if these guys would be partners, insurance companies and real auto body repair experts

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

    “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”

    “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

  • “Avoid the Auto Insurance Tactic: ‘Delay, Deny, Defend’”

    “Avoid the Auto Insurance Tactic: ‘Delay, Deny, Defend’”

      Not all insurance companies are created equal.  This post isn’t meant to point fingers at a particular insurer but the above insurance tactic is well-known for collision repair in the auto body industry and our purpose here is to alert the consumer.   This goal of this documented tactic called “delay, deny, defend” is

  • “Used Parts Vs. Original Manufacturer (OEM) parts: Does it Matter?”

    “Used Parts Vs. Original Manufacturer (OEM) parts: Does it Matter?”

      When having your car repaired after a collision there has been extensive debate and even litigation regarding the use of after-market or used parts as opposed to original manufactured equipment (OEM) parts when performing the repairs. Depending on who you talk to, there are two sides to this argument.  Critics and some body shops

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