Exploring The Auto Body Repair Process

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...

3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Vinyl Convertible Top

If you have a vinyl convertible top, here are three tips for taking care of it and keeping it clean and in good shape. #1 The Right Type Of Soap When you clean the body of your car, you can also clean the vinyl convertible top of your car. You should use bodywork shampoo when you clean your vinyl convertible top as well as the rest of your sports car. You don't want to use shampoos on your vinyl convertible top that are designed to improve the gloss of your vehicle; these types of soaps do not work on your vinyl top, although you can use them on the body of your vehicle if you wish.   Read More...

Rain: You'll Pay for That Free Car Wash with Your Car's Paint

If you've ever looked at your car right after a heavy rainstorm, you know how shiny and clean the car can look if the rain lasted long enough to wash away all the dirt. It seems like the best way to get a car wash because you're not using extra water. But rain actually isn't that great for your car. While it can make the car look good for a short time, over the long run the paint on the car can become dull and damaged because of the combination of air pollution and rainfall.   Read More...

How To Know If Your Car Motor Needs To Be Repaired

A motor no longer working at all is surely a sign of a problem, but it is not the only one. There are many signs to watch for when it comes to figuring out if your motor is in need of some repairs. Take a moment to review the following clues of engine trouble so you will not be as likely to find yourself stranded on the side of the road.   Read More...