How To Easily Fixed A Cracked Plastic Bumper Cover

30 December 2015
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If you cracked your plastic bumper, with a few supplies and a little time, you can fix up your bumper on your own and get your vehicle looking great again. Remove Your Bumper The first thing you need to do is remove the bumper from your vehicle. Even if you are only dealing with a small crack, you'll have more space and be able to more easily repair your bumper if you remove it first. Read More 

How Your RV Gets Fixed After A Wreck

5 November 2015
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Been in a wreck recently? Ever wonder what happens at an RV collision repair center after your vehicle is dropped off? Here's a brief overview: Check In.  Once your vehicle arrives at the auto collision repair center it is checked in to the center's computer system. A repair order number is assigned to the vehicle photos of the damage are taken, a preliminary estimate is written, and your insurance company is contacted. Read More 

How You Can Save Money On Auto Body Repairs

24 September 2015
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If you are sick and tired of looking at the auto body damages to your vehicle that were not covered by insurance for one reason or another, it might be time to do something about it. Of course, this takes money. To help you save as much money as you can, you will want to check out the following tips. This way, you will be able to get your vehicle back on the road and looking better than ever in no time at all. Read More 

How To Fix Small Paint Chips On Your Car

9 September 2015
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Even the smallest paint chips can lead to serious rusting and deterioration of your car body. This is why it is so important to repair small paint chips as soon as you notice them. Luckily, you do not need to be an auto body expert to fix paint chips like a pro. You just need a few simple materials and little bit of practice. This article will explain how to fix small paint chips on your own. Read More 

How To Fix A Rust Spot On Your Car

2 September 2015
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Rust on a car will continuously spread until it is dealt with. Rust will eventually spread like a virus throughout the rest of the body of the vehicle and deterioriate the metal. A rust spot that is not dealt with will eat through metal and leave holes in the vehicle which can be quite expensive to fix. Here is a simple fix that you can do at home to help prevent a rust spot from spreading. Read More