The difference is CRAZY! Watch to see how damaging prolonged Sun exposure can damage your vehicle's paint. This truck has severe Sun exposure one side, and left in the shade on the other. We Auto Talk! You listen.
If your student is heading off to college this year, you may be searching for safe & reliable transportation before they hit the road. Additional drive time on highways, extra passengers & various driving conditions will take a toll on a vehicle, as well as a parents mind!
We've listed a few things to consider before you b
Thinking about a fresh coat of paint on your car? Or just thinking about repairing a few scratches on your door?
It is hard to know what to expect when it comes to cost and the entire paint process. The good news is that a quality collision repair facility will know exactly how to serve you when it comes to a fresh pai
Did you know 6 inches of water can cause your vehicle to lose traction and start sliding. You're probably not at risk of drowning but could easily lose control of your vehicle.
Did you know most vehicles can start floating in 12 inches of water. If you're floating, you're not in control of your vehicle and therefore the wate
After an accident, you call your insurance provider for advice. And unfortunately the advice they give you is not always in your best interest.
Your insurance company may try to “steer” you into using a repair facility that is in their “preferred” network and away from repair facilities that do not co
Looks like Spring is here!
I’m sure you’re ready for bright sunshine, flowers blooming & birds singing but is your vehicle ready for Spring? We suggest you check the following areas to make sure your fun in the sun will not be disrupted with costly mechanical repairs.
-Air Filter – make sure it’s not d
Flooded waters can hide dips & potholes in the road. And since you can’t see the actual road during rising flood waters, you could hit something to cause major damage to your vehicle. In addition, flooding can wash away the surface of the road & you lose control of your vehicle.
The U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched a new public awareness campaign called Safe Cars Save Lives. This campaign urges consumers to check for open recalls at least twice a year and to get their vehicles fixed as soon as parts are available. Last year,