When you take your vehicle in to get repaired after an accident, it can feel like the repair process takes forever. Understanding how the repair process works following an accident can help you better understand why it is taking time for your vehicle to get fixed. #1 Working with the Insurance Company First, working with the insurance company takes time. When you have been in an accident, the shop has to communicate with both you and your insurance company before doing work on your vehicle.
17 February 2019
Tree sap is something that just sneaks onto your car without you even noticing it, until you go to wash your car and spot it everywhere. Tree sap can be awful for your car's paint job, especially if you allow it to bake on your car in the sun for days or weeks on end. If you've noticed tree sap on your car, it's imperative that you remove it before it eats away at your clear coat and into your paint.
11 April 2018
If an individual keyed the side of your car and faint marks appeared on the vehicle's body as a result and paint is starting to chip near the damaged area, eliminate the damage by buffing the affected area and applying automotive primer and paint over the buffed areas by completing the steps below: Materials You Will Need drop cloths electric buffer rotating buffing pad automotive detergent bucket water sponge mop handheld sponges automotive primer marker automotive paint marker cotton swabs automotive compound Buff The Damaged Area And Clean The Vehicle's Body
3 September 2017
With today's gas prices, a muscle car with a V8 burns more fuel than you are willing to pay for. If you still want a sports car, you may be considering a 4-cylinder, but you want one that will fly. The choices are almost limitless when it comes to 4-cylinder compacts, which range from the classic imports to new modern models of almost any make. Here are the top five 4-cylinder rides to give you something with tiny, mighty power under the hood:
24 June 2017
If you're getting ready to buy a new car, and the dealership is not interested in a trade in, or perhaps you don't want to bother with it for any number of reasons, then you are probably wondering what to do with the car. You don't want to just let an extra car hang around your garage or driveway. That's not space efficient, not to mention that carrying the extra insurance will be costly, and a waste, especially if you have no need for the extra car.
11 May 2017