Enjoying A Beautiful Car

  • How To Respond To An RV Collision

    4 March 2018

    When you get into a wreck in your recreational vehicle (RV), it's important that you touch base with some pros that will help you out. You aren't going to get your RV back in tip-top shape and on the road until you focus on the strategies that fix any problems. In addition to touching base with an accident attorney, you'll want to reach out to collision shops that can help you.

  • Painting Your Car: What To Know

    16 February 2017

    If you've noticed that paint has been chipping away on the surface of your car, you might want to have the area painted. You might even want to try your hand at painting your car so that you can save money. That can be a good idea, but only if you're able to observe the following tips. Protect Yourself Even if you're only painting a very small portion of the car, it's important to realize that at times, paint fumes can be toxic.

  • What Could Go Wrong If You Paint Your Own Car?

    14 February 2017

    Painting your car at home to save money sounds logical, but mistakes could result in a less than desired result. In the end, you could still end up at an auto body repair shop to have your car painted. If you are thinking of painting your car yourself, avoid these mistakes to potentially prevent a poor job.   Painting on the Wrong Day When you paint your car plays a major role in how well the finished result turns out.

  • 3 Tips for Inspecting Your Car After Dent Repair Has Been Performed

    13 February 2017

    If you have recently dropped your car off at a repair shop for dent repair, you might be looking forward to picking it up and seeing what it looks like. It is always a good idea to carefully inspect your car when you pick it up to make sure that the job has been done properly. Luckily, following these tips can help you do so. 1. Make Sure Your Car Is Clean

  • A Quick Guide To Getting Your Windshield Repaired

    10 February 2017

    If you have recently been in a car accident or otherwise experienced damage to the windshield of your vehicle, you may be surprised at how sophisticated the technology is for repairing that damage is now. For instance, if a chip has occurred that is less than the size of a big button or a nickel, it can frequently be repaired for a reasonable cost. In addition, you may be able to minimize the visible damage and keep it from spreading to your windshield with a strategic application of super glue or the use of a windshield repair kit that uses a similar adhesive.

  • About Getting The Body Of A Classic Vehicle Repaired

    8 February 2017

    Buying a classic vehicle at a good price is a wise investment, even if the body isn't in great shape. No matter what kind of damage the body has, it can be repaired if you take the vehicle to an auto body repair shop. Your vehicle will look as good as new if you leave the body repairs in the hands of professionals. After the body has been repaired, the value of the vehicle will likely go up higher than it already is for being a classic.

  • How To Protect Your Car From Hail Damage

    8 February 2017

    Believe it or not, but those little hail pellets that come down when the weather is poor can do much more damage to your vehicle than you'd realize. Hail that is large in size or that pours down in massive quantities can break your windshield or damage wipers, side mirrors, and even cause large dents in the hood, roof, or trunk of your car. Car dents can be repaired at your local auto body shop for $30 or more per dent, which can really add up when hail is the cause.