Different Types Of Auto Repair Shops

When your car breaks down and you need to take it to an auto shop, you need to decide which type of shop to take it to. Of course, each type has its benefits and disadvantages. The first thing to decide is whether you want to go to a specialty shop or a general auto repair facility.  If you are absolutely sure of the problem, going to a specialty shop will ensure the repair is done quickly and properly. Read More 

Your Car Has Just Been Damaged In An Accident! What Now?

Auto accidents are never easy to deal with. If you are and the other involved drivers are lucky enough to escape without injuries, however, then everyone's attention will soon turn to getting their vehicles properly repaired. Depending on the severity of the accident, the types of coverage involved, and where the fault lies, this process can potentially be fairly smooth and quick or drawn out and painful. If you are wondering what happens next, then read on to learn a bit about the process that usually follows an accident. Read More 

A Few Tips For Saving Money On Auto Body Repair

Any damage to the body of your automobile seems to stick out like a sore thumb. It will make the vehicle worth less if you want to sell it and if you report the damage to your insurance company may make your premiums increase. Unfortunately, what you would consider very minor damage may end up costing quite a bit of money. Here are a few tips to help you save money on auto body repair. Read More 

Answers To Questions About Dent Repair

Do you own a car that seems to be a shopping cart magnet? Are you tired of your car being covered in multiple dings and dents? While having a car with dents in it won't make the car more difficult to drive, the car will certainly be less appealing until you can get those dents out. But if you've never had any dents fixed before, you may be wondering about the process. Read More 

Been A While Since Your Heavy Duty Equipment Had Routine Services? Three Reasons Why You Should Come In

Heavy duty equipment, such as the kind you and your crew operates every day, actually needs more routine maintenance, not less. If it has been a while since any of your equipment has had routine services, it may be time to bring it in to an auto body shop that does heavy equipment repair. Here are three reasons why you should schedule an appointment and go in to a shop now. Avoid Engine Fires Read More