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Understanding the Difference Between Collision and Comprehensive Insurance

Auto insurance doesn’t have to be confusing! Policies have various requirements depending on your situation, but auto insurance basics are easy to understand with a little research. Today we’re going to look at one of the most common questions people have when picking auto insurance: “What’s the different between collision and comprehensive insurance, and do I need to buy...

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The Benefits of Paintless Dent Repair

Nothing is more annoying than a dent in a new car – and the decisions you have to make afterward. Whether it’s a minor ding from a shopping cart or dents from a hailstorm, you have to decide if it’s worth it to pay for the repair…and if the result will look like right. Fortunately,...

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5 Elements that Pose a Danger to your Car Paint

Your car is under attack! At least, its paint job is. You’re surrounded by elements that can do damage to your car’s paint. However, they are fairly easy to combat if you know what to do. Here are 5 elements that pose a danger to your car’s paint. 1. The Sun There’s a reason people...

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5 Surprising Interior Auto Body Repairs You May Not Know About

Most people know your favorite body shop is the place to go when your vehicle receives exterior, or body, damage.  You might be surprised to learn, though, that your body shop can also make a few key interior auto repairs as well. In fact, these are the types of auto body repairs that can transform...

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5 Steps to Take Immediately After Your Car has Been in an Accident

With all the cars on the roads these days, the occasional minor car accident almost seems like an inevitability. Little fender benders are all too common, all over the country. While huge and/or catastrophic accidents are less common, dozens of them still happen ever day in the United States. The best thing you can do...

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5 Safe Driving Tips for Young & Adults and Seniors to Prevent Accidents

Driving defensively can help prevent collisions that can lead to injury or a trip to your local body shop. While defensive driving generally means using your driving skills to stay safe during times of inclement weather and bad drivers, there are plenty of steps regarding your own behavior that you can implement as well. 1....

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