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Signs Your Tire Rod Was Damaged in a Car Accident

When you are involved in an automobile accident, most people think that you only sustain damages to the body of your automobile. However, there are parts in your car that can be damaged as well. If someone sideswipes you and hits your around the tire area of your automobile, the tire rod may be bent…

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An Inside Look at How Rain and Snow Compromise the Body of Your Vehicle

Did you know rain, snow, hail and even salt from the road can compromise your vehicle’s body including its underbody? There is a common misconception that a collision is the sole cause of such damage. However, the little-known truth is inclement weather has the potential to damage your vehicle’s body in several different ways. Our…

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Reasons You Should Take Your Car to An Auto Body Shop For Minor Fender Benders

Following a minor fender bender, you may be hesitant to file an insurance claim and have the damage to your vehicle repaired. You may be worried about your insurance rate increasing or you may think that it is not necessary since the damage looks minor. While damage may look minor, it is always recommended that…

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How to Choose the Right Auto Body Repair Shop

No matter how skilled you are at driving and how careful you are, there is always the chance that you will find yourself involved in a car collision. In fact, all it takes is for a reckless driver to run into you. After a car accident, you will probably need to have your vehicle repaired…

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How to Save Money on Auto Body Repair

An autobody repair can cost anywhere from $50 to $10,000. Of course, the cost of auto body repair depends on the extent of the damage incurred by your vehicle. Chances are, you’re hoping to do everything in your power to save money on autobody repair. Read this article to learn how you can save as…

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Three Things That Can Damage Your Car’s Paint

The most common reasons why the paint on your car may be damaged include a key scratching your car, a shopping cart scrapping your car or damage caused by an automobile accident. However, these are not the only items that can damage the paint or finish on your car. There are many other items that…

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