Exploring The Auto Body Repair Process

Three Ways To Make Your RV Sell Faster

If you are looking to sell your RV, then it is a good idea to make sure it's in great shape. There are plenty of people who are in the market for a used RV, but it can be a competitive market. The better your RV looks compared to similar models, the faster it will sell. You don't want to just take a crude photo with your phone and then slap it up online and wait for the buyers to roll in.   Read More...

How Is Money Handled With Not-At-Fault Accident Repairs?

You might be anxious about how the financial transactions will work out when your car is damaged in an accident that's not your fault. While it varies based on the circumstances of the accident, here are some general guidelines for what will happen next. It Matters If You Have Collision Insurance First of all, there will be a big difference in the next steps, based on whether you have collision insurance or not.   Read More...

Keep More Money In Your Wallet By Protecting Your Auto Glass

Looking to keep more money in your wallet? More than likely, your answer is a resounding yes. You can start working towards this goal by focusing on your auto glass, more specifically, minimizing damage. Make sure you know some of the ways you can keep your car windows in better condition and avoid costly repairs. Use Approved Cleaners Only use cleaners that have been approved for use on auto glass. Cleaning solutions that contain harsh chemicals can cause etching, hardening or roughening, on the glass.   Read More...

Using Paint To Improve Your Company Cars

Many people know that having access to a reliable vehicle is important, but modern cars embody more than a mere form of transportation. Business owners are relying on their company vehicles to transport employees and products, and they are also turning to these vehicles when they need a creative way to advertise their goods or services. Here are three simple ways that a fresh coat of paint can improve the quality of your company cars in the future.   Read More...

Choosing Your Commercial Fleet's Color

If you're starting a new company that needs a fleet of vehicles, you know those need to have identical colors and designs. Yet you don't have to conform to other fleets and use only certain colors -- there's no one vehicle paint color that determines if the vehicle is part of a commercial fleet. Yet choosing a color can be more difficult than you'd think. Ask yourself where your company stands on the following and then see what colors in those ranges you might prefer.   Read More...