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  • “Driverless Cars and the Future of Body Shops”

    “Driverless Cars and the Future of Body Shops”

    Every technological advancement comes with a price. An innovation that means growth and improvement for one sector could easily devastate another. One of the major tech trends right now is the driverless cars. Not just a thing of the future, cars that require no actual human driver to operate are actually being tested (probably in

  • “What to Do In a Hit and Run Accident”

    “What to Do In a Hit and Run Accident”

    It’s bad enough to be involved in a collision, but hit and run accidents are even more distressing. When a car smashes into you and then speeds off, or you return to your safely parked car only to find it damaged, you may feel both angry and helpless because you don’t know who did it

  • “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

  • “Auto Body Repair: Dent vs. Ding”

    You walk out of the grocery store and place your bags in the trunk. When opening the driver’s side door, you notice something that wasn’t there before. There’s a ding: dead center. In a previous blog, we talked about the fact that dents can be purely superficial. They can also hide more profound damage. But

  • “4 Things Not To Do After a Collision Repair”

    o You wrecked your car and then had it repaired by a qualified repair shop. Now that your car is back to pristine condition, you’re ready to get back to life (and the road) as usual. Like most drivers, you don’t realize that there is a period of “recoup” time that follows certain repairs. Putting

  • “Why Use ‘Paintless’ Dent Repair”?

    “Why Use ‘Paintless’ Dent Repair”?

    Some auto body shops offer paintless dent repair (PDR).  Whether it’s called “paintless”, “paint free” or “dentless”, the principle is the same: the technique enables the technician to not affect your vehicle’s original paint finish.  The most common use of PDR is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor creases, large dents and bodylines damage.

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