• Car Interior Repair After an Accident
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    Car Interior Repair After an Accident

    When we think about collision damage, we usually think about bent body panels, broken lights and smashed front and rear ends. What about the inside of your car? Between air bags, seat belts, interior panels, and seats, there’s a lot that can be damaged in the cab, even if it remains intact after the accident.

  • Staying Safe When You Drive This Spring

    Staying Safe When You Drive This Spring

    Winter driving may be coming to an end, but the spring thaw brings new challenges to driving. These tips will help you avoid collisions caused by road work, rain, deer, other drivers, and your own medication. Road Work Road work starts back up in the spring, leading to delays and increased driving dangers for both

  • Easily Missed Problems Caused by Rear End Collisions
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    Easily Missed Problems Caused by Rear End Collisions

    Rear end collisions are the most common type of car accident in the U.S: the NHTSA estimates that 40% of all collisions involve rear-end damage, which is around 6 million accidents per year. Worse still, the design of modern cars means that the full damage from these accidents is often hidden. At first glance, it

  • Will Collision Damage Affect My Warranty?

    Will Collision Damage Affect My Warranty?

    Collision damage may increase the premiums on your auto insurance, but what happens to your car’s warranty? It depends on the amount of damage done to your vehicle, how it was repaired, and what caused it. Here’s what you need to know about how collision repairs will affect your warranty. Salvage Titles Manufacturer warranties are

  • What Causes Paint to Chip?
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    What Causes Paint to Chip?

    While major paint damage is becoming rarer as coatings technology improves, all vehicles will have chipped paint at some point. What causes these chips, and what can you do to prevent them? Why Does Paint Chip? The harder something strikes paint, the more likely it will chip off. However, if the paint is in good

  • Collision Repair Jargon
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    Collision Repair Jargon

    Are you having trouble following the work that needs to be done after an accident? Do you feel like your insurance agent is speaking another language? Here are some of the most common terms used by the collision repair industry and what they mean. Parts and Repairs OEM: This stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer.” These

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