The products that you use to wash and wax your car will have a significant impact on how long the paint on your car looks nice. If you use products containing certain ingredients, the clear-coat can fail and leave your car looking terrible. So, what ingredients should you find by reading the labels on each product? What should you be looking for to protect the finish of your car and what should you avoid using at all times? These and many other questions about the care of your car's paint can be found right here on my auto body blog.
4 December 2015
If you were in a car accident and need minor auto body repairs, a collision shop may want to inspect your car for mechanical problems before it repairs the structural damage. You may decide to skip the inspection and have your car's body work completed instead, especially if the car doesn't show signs of mechanical failure right now. However, it's critical that the shop finds and diagnoses engine problems right away to avoid complications with the car later on.
16 October 2015
The last time you drove away from an auto repair facility, you may have sworn to yourself that the next time your car needed repairs of maintenance, you would do it yourself instead of paying the mechanics' fees. This a noble ambition -- and it fact it does make good sense to learn basic repair and maintenance techniques, in the event that you find yourself stranded somewhere without aid. But is it really all that sensible as a general practice?
10 July 2015
When your RV is involved in traffic accident, repairing it is a bit more complicated than patching up the average car. Your home on wheels has hidden wires, tanks and water lines that may need adjusted or fixed. The following four systems should be checked anytime you get RV collision repairs. Water System and Holding Tanks Self contained RVs have three holding tanks to worry about. They are typically made of durable plastic.