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  • “Car Theft Prevention Tips”

    “Car Theft Prevention Tips”

    Car theft is still a prevalent problem in the U.S.  The FBI reported that 773,000 cars were stolen in 2017 and the Insurance Information Institute claims that a motor vehicle is stolen every 40.9 seconds in the U.S. That’s a lot of cars! Even as motorists take increasingly sophisticated measures to protect themselves from car

  • “Collision Action Plan (CAP): Why You Should Have One”

    “Collision Action Plan (CAP): Why You Should Have One”

    Having a collision action plan can help you deal with the aftermath of a car accident if one occurs. This article explains why.  No one wakes up in the morning and says “I think I’ll have a car accident today,” and yet, it happens. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports the number of

  • “Collision Repair Terms Everyone Should Know”

    “Collision Repair Terms Everyone Should Know”

    Insurance company stats say that the average driver will file a claim every 18 years. So, odds are, by 36 you will have had at least one car crash. Of course, we hope that everyone stays collision-free. But just in case, it’s helpful to learn some of the most basic collision repair terms. This way,

  • “Vehicle Depreciation After a Car Accident-How to Minimize It”

    “Vehicle Depreciation After a Car Accident-How to Minimize It”

    It’s common knowledge that after a car accident, the value of your car or truck will go down quite a bit. Some times the insurance company may even total it, saying that the value of the vehicle is less than what it would cost to fix it. But what about cases where the vehicle isn’t

  • “Motorcycle Collisions: 4 Tips for Reducing Wrecks”

    “Motorcycle Collisions: 4 Tips for Reducing Wrecks”

    Although an exciting activity, riding a motorcycle is a dangerous undertaking. Although motorcyclists drive less than one percent of all of the miles clocked each year, they are involved in a much higher percentage of crashes. According to highway safety stats, motorcycle collisions make up 15% of all fatal crashes. Many of these collisions also

  • “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

  • “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—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

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